Due to the rise in cases of Covid-19, the public celebration of mass has been suspended until further notice.     

The Parish Office is currently open only two days a week on Monday and Wednesday.  Messages and emails will be checked periodically over the week.  In the event of an urgent query, please contact either Fr Jim Williams on 01454 312161 or Fr Frank Bermingham on 0117 9833939.

The Parish Website will continue to be updated as regularly as possible.

If you would like to make a donation to the Parish during this difficult time, please do so below:

Thank you for your generosity and support. 

Baby Loss Matters - Help is just a click, text or call away.

If you need support following baby loss; been affected by miscarriage, abortion, stillbirth, pregnancy loss of any kind; Baby Loss Matters have three services to help those affected by baby loss to access free and confidential support:

Ring the National Helpline on 0808 8025433

Text the Text-to-Talk service 07860 077339 or  Send a message to our email support

Services are person-centred, confidential and 100% free.  Trained staff, volunteers, and BACP-accredited counsellors are on hand 9am to 6pm to provide you with a safe space to explore your emotions.  If you’re unable to reach us during these times, please leave a message and we’ll get back in touch  ​Baby Loss Matters operate through Life’s Pregnancy Matters™ service. This includes emotional support and online resources. For more information on Pregnancy Matters™ click here.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Online Program

For the past 50 years, Worldwide Marriage Encounter has been offering marriage enrichment programs all around the world.  Focused on couples who want to enrich their relationship and gain a deeper understanding of the Sacrament of Marriage, it offers a unique experience to explore your relationship at a deeper, more intimate level, regardless of how long you have been together.  The next Marriage Encounter Online Experience is scheduled on 30 & 31 January 2021 and there are many other dates over the year – you can find out more and book your place at www.wwme.org.uk or contact them on 0845 260 2016.

Global Healing - How our faith helps us care for our common home

This Lent, the Global Catholic Climate Movement invites you to ‘Global Healing’ in response to Pope Francis’ call to care more deeply for Our Common Home!

When? Six Thursdays from 18th February – 25th March 2021, 7.30pm – 8.30pm

What? The Global Healing film sessions with reflection, guest speakers & discussion.

How to join? To register click HERE or email  jane@catholicclimatemovement.global

Hosted by GCCM Laudato Si’ Animators in the UK.

Welcome the Stranger - Online Event

All are invited to join Caritas Plymouth and Caritas Clifton for an online event on the Feast of St Bakhita on 8th February 2021 from 5-6.30pm to reflect on the challenges facing refugees and migrants and the threat of modern slavery.  Pope Francis’ Encyclical ‘Fratelli Tutti’ shared a vision of a more welcoming world.  This joint event, which will be attended by Bishop Mark O’Keefe and Bishop Declan Lang, will share prayers and reflections as well as offering some practical suggestions about how we can take steps to Welcome the Stranger into our Communities.  Guest speakers include Nick Hanrahan fom the Jesuit Refugee Services and Caroline Virgo from Clewer initiative.  This event will take place via zoom and you can register to attend by following this link or emailing caritas@prcdtr.org.uk.

Signed Mass with the Catholic Deaf Association

Echoes of God - Journeying with the Word of God

David McLoughlin invites us to join him on a journey through the whole bible in a seven-week course.  

The aim of this series is to help us get a sense of the Scriptures as a whole. To see the unfolding of God’s liberating and creative love in the history of Israel and in the Church.

Download the course here The God Who Speaks

David McLoughlin is the Emeritus Fellow of Christian Theology at Newman University, Birmingham. He has helped to train Christian activists, priests, deacons, ministers and teachers for 40 years.