of Masses throughout the day in England & Ireland
How to Collect
a ticket for Daily Mass
To collect a ticket for Mass at St Joan’s be at the Church
from 11.30 after Mass on the day before you wish
to attend the Mass.
If you can not appear at church make an application
by email email@example.com
Subject: Mass entry ticket
You will be notified by email if your application has been successful
on the day before the Mass.
You can still turn up to Church without
a ticket on any day and be seated if the designated places(as
specified by government regulations) have not all been filled.
Whether at Mass or not you are all remembered
in prayer and so included in every Mass at
Please put your mask on before you enter the
doors of the Church and remove it only after you have left the
Provide your own mask and if it is disposable
please take it home to dispose of and not leave it behind in
We are grateful to be able to come to
Church once again so that this may continue we must do all we
can to prevent a coronavirus spike coming from our community.
We continue to pray for an end to this virus
and for the health and safety of all of our people.
May God bless us all as we continue to live
through the challenges of this time.
for Special Prayers
and Group Prayer
during this Difficult time
St Joan's Charity Helping in other parts of the world during the
St Joan of Arc
The Church is now open for Mass
Tuesday - Friday at 11am
Mass also 11am & 5pm on Saturday
11am on Sunday 9th August
(see message on the left for details on
MANDATORY TICKET BOOKING & FACE MASKS)
The Government has made face masks compulsory
for all who come to Church. Please wear one at all times when
in the building.
ALWAYS USE HAND SANITISER WHEN ENTERING
AND LEAVING THE CHURCH
(The Church is closed on Mondays)
Sunday Obligations are still suspended,
if you are able to
attend a Weekday Mass please do so and leave the
weekend Masses to people who work during the week.
Numbers for Mass are limited.
(Church closes at 12 noon)
(Please note there are NO toilets available)
Under guidelines please provide
your own mask,
gloves and wipes to sanitise any area you have
touched and sat within the Church.
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week of August 1st
Parish Mission Statement
I want you to be happy,
Always happy in the Lord.
I repeat what I want
is your happiness.
The prophet Jeremiah tells the false prophet
Hananiah that because of his untrue preaching “this people
are now relying on what is false...”
St. Paul tells us that whatever is lovely and
noble and good, no matter who says it or where it comes from we
should rejoice in those things.
There are however false teachers and preachers
of religion all over the world. Anything that does not allow us
to root what is being said in love for God and others may very
likely be false.
Let us be relieved and comforted to be taught
by the Lord Himself who said “I Am the Way, the TRUTH and
the Life ...”(Jn. 14.6)
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Updated details for Finances
St. Joan of Arc
(Your help is needed)
It is very clear we value highly having
our Priest and parish community available whenever any of us needs
support. But in these times, it is important we all consider carefully
how we support our church.
The finance contact details were updated in July. Click here for
most recent information.