St Aidan's church hall is being used by the NHS for vaccinations. All appointments are arranged by the NHS. Please do not contact the parish with queries about vaccinations as the church has no involvement with that service. If you wish to contact the vaccine centre organisers please ring 020 8939 7926.
The church is open for all scheduled Masses. There are strict hygiene measures. For weekday Masses seats are socially distanced. For more details see further down this page or click here. Check the newsletter (below) for full details of Mass times.
All Masses will continue to be live streamed. To join a live-streamed Mass from St Aidan's click on this link. You will also find recordings of previous Masses there. For Pope Francis' prayer for spiritual Communion click here.
The times of weekend Masses are shown below. See newsletter (above) for times of weekday Masses.
All Masses are streamed on our YouTube channel.
|Saturday||6:00pm||Vigil Mass of Sunday|
You can access the daily Mass readings by following this link: https://www.universalis.com/europe.england.southwark/mass.htm. In addition, each week from Wednesday you can find the upcoming Sunday readings with commentaries on the Wednesday Word website: http://www.wednesdayword.org/sunday-gospel.htm.
There are many other spiritual resources available. For information about some of them click here.
Keep in Touch
We have a parish mailing list which we are using to send to parishioners a weekly email including a direct link to the newsletter. Joining the mailing list is straightforward - just follow this link and fill in the short sign-up form: http://eepurl.com/gXMief. Please pass this link on to anyone else who might be interested.
This is just a brief update on where we are in the Synod process. We are in the process of pulling together input from all the three meetings, identifying common threads and issues. One thing, however, is already clear from the meetings: although a wide cross-section of the parish provided...
Once again we will need to have a booking system for our Christmas Masses this year. The PPC has agreed that this is necessary for everyone’s safety and to avoid overcrowding. The Christmas Masses will be at 6:00pm and 11:30pm on Christmas Eve and 9:00am and 11:00am on Christmas Day....
The Parish Pastoral Council held a meeting on the 18th November, its first face to face meeting since the start of the pandemic. We began as usual with an opening prayer. We were joined by two of the synod parish delegates, Antonnette Cabida and Richard Thurbon (Peter Chamberlain was unable...
The obligation for Catholics to attend Sunday Mass (or Sat vigil) remains suspended. Distancing will no longer be a requirement by law. For those who feel they need some space around them at weekend Masses it is suggested that they have a visible notice either side of them indicating that...