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Mass Intentions

If you would like to have Holy Mass offered at Christchurch Eltham for your intentions, please email us the name of the person, or persons, for whom the Mass is to be offered and whether for the repose of their soul, if they are deceased, or for their well-being and intentions.  The email address is eltham@rcaos.org.uk 

Mass could be said on a particular day of your choosing, if the date is still available.

To make the stipend/donation for this Mass Intention, please let us know in the email how you would like to make the donation (e.g. bank transfer, cheque, cash donation). 

You can access to this week's Mass Intentions by clicking the below purple box:
Mass Intentions  


A Message from the Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England (received on 1st July 2020)


National Mass for Keyworkers and Families

The Bishops’ Conference have organised a weekly live stream Mass to pray for Keyworkers and their Families. These Masses are celebrated by a different Bishop each Thursday at 7pm from one Cathedrals across the country.  There will be one more Mass left in the current calendar: 


9 July
Bishop Tom Williams
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
YouTube Channel


Do you have school-aged children at home?  Why don't you check out...;   


 "CAFOD are offering a virtual children liturgy of the word at 10am on Sunday as a webinar."

Parents and children are encouraged to join us online for prayers and reflection on this Sunday's Gospel.  The liturgy will be led by catechists who would usually be leading children's liturgy in our parish and will be based on CAFOD children's liturgy resources.

The link to register is: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5095942131288155403

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

"The Liturgy of the Word with Children is an ever-growing liturgical activity in our parishes. This webpage offers access to resources for leaders who will find a resource for each week of the liturgical year together with supporting material which can be used in addition to your current resource, an overview of the published resources together with links to other useful websites."

These materials are for older children who enjoy reading. 

Please click the link https://rcdow.org.uk/faith/catechesis/childrens-liturgy/ to find out more!


Other resources for Holy Week and Beyond

Prayer Groups

Our Divine Mercy Prayer Group will come back through Zoom (online video-conference tool) at 9.30am every  Monday, Wednesday and Friday (the time it would normally take place at Christchurch).   

Why pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy?

Our Lord Jesús Christ told Saint Faustina:

“Oh, what great graces I will grant to souls who say this chaplet (…) Write down these words, My daughter. Speak to the world about My mercy; let all mankind recognize My unfathomable mercy. It is a sign for the end times; after it will come the day of justice. While there is still time, let them have recourse to the fountain of My mercy; let them profit from the Blood and Water which gushed forth for them” (Diary, 848).

Topic: Christchurch Divine Mercy Chaplet prayer group. All welcome. 

Time: Every week on Mon, Wed, Fri at 9.30am

Link for Zoom Meeting:  https://us04web.zoom.us/j/71696823917?pwd=YUtheHQ3enhWMWFBV09XZEY2Y2QzQT09

Meeting ID: 716 9682 3917  /  Password: 027699


Catholic Radio Stations 

When Mass cannot be celebrated publicly (link: https://www.cbcew.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/03/No-Mass-A4.pdf)


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  • Sunday Children's Mass 9:30am

  • Sunday Sung Mass 11:30am

  • Sunday Evening 6.30pm