Christmas Mass times

30 Nov, 2020 | Christmas, News

After such a difficult and stressful year, it is fantastic news that we are able to meet together for Mass during the Christmas season.

We still need to maintain social distancing as part of the Tier 3 rules which includes wearing a mask and avoiding contact between ‘Christmas family bubbles’

We have a reduced capacity in church so, in order to give the opportunity for as many as possible to attend, we have four Masses over the Christmas period.

Christmas Eve 24th December

Vigil Mass – 5.30pm

Night Mass – 8pm

‘Midnight’ Mass – 10pm

Christmas Day

Day Mass – 9.30am

If you wish to attend any of the masses in person you will need to book a ticket below. We will not have enough space to allow entry to those who do not have a ticket.

If you are unable to attend you will be able to take part by logging in to our Live Streams on our YouTube and Facebook channels.

UPDATE 6th December

The tickets for the 5.30pm and 8pm Christmas eve Masses are all now booked. There are still tickets for all the other Masses.

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