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A Warm Welcome to
Immaculate Conception
Faith Community website!

My Dear Friends,

Welcome to Immaculate Conception Faith Community website! It is a joy to welcome you!

We are a dynamic, multi cultural, Catholic Faith Community with a rich diversity of ethnicities, cultures and religious traditions.

We strive to be a discerning, inclusive Faith Community, truly blessed with St. Paul’s Variety of Gifts,

and flavoured with humankind’s sprinkling of weaknesses!

Come and join us!

Love, Peace and Blessings

Fr. Anthony Chiatu

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Regular Mass Times:

TUESDAY - 10.00 am

WEDNESDAY - 10.00 am

THURSDAY - 10.00 am

FRIDAY - 10.00 am

SATURDAY - 10.00 am

SUNDAY- 8.30 am  &  10.30 am (Sung)


Holy Days of Obligation: 10 am & 7.30 pm

Tea and Coffee​​

Please join us in the hall for tea, coffee and biscuits

Tuesdays after 10.00 am Mass

Sundays after 10.30 am Mass 

The first Sunday of each month after 8.30 am Mass

Confessions​​

Saturday at 10.30 am or by appointment with the Parish Priest

Adoration

Tuesday 9am to 10am before Mass​

Rosary

​On Fridays, starting 25 mins before Mass.​

Parish Office Hours

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.30am – 5.00 pm

If you need to contact the parish or make an appointment with the Parish Priest please try to do so during these office hours

 

Please check the newsletter here for occasional changes

​All our Masses are available to join live online.

Our church camera is LIVE, 24/7 so you can come into the church virtually, at any time and join us for all our Masses.

Just click the below link.

Mass Intentions.

At every Mass there is a "Mass Intention" This means the Mass is being offered for either the repose of the soul of someone who has died, or for someone who is requesting prayers for a particular intention.

If you would like a Mass offered on a particular date please contact the Paris Office or complete the below mass intention form and return it to the parish office. Each Mass is reserved for the intentions of one person or family.

Welcome you to our parish community.

 

If you are new to our parish please introduce yourself to any of our welcomers at the next mass you attend. 

If you are regularly attending Mass in the parish or actively involved in the community in any other way we would love you to register your details with us.  This helps us to get in contact with you should the need arise but it also helps us to understand who our parishioners are. You need to be registered with us if asking for any sacramental preparations.

 

To register please either use the below link to register online or complete the parish registration form and return it to the Parish Office. 

Make a Donation.

The majority of parish funds come from the parishioners, with some income from hiring the hall and interest from invested reserves.

 

Parishioners give in a variety of ways; cash through the collection and Gift Aided donations. Gift Aid is a government scheme which repays the income tax that you have paid on your donations: for every £20 donated the government gives the parish £5. Gift aided donations is the best way for parishioners to support the parish.

 

Our income is used to cover the many expenses associated with the parish which include wages, utility bills, ongoing maintenance, parish office, insurance and the levy paid to the diocese.

 

The parish also raises a considerable amount of money for diocesan, national and local charities.

If you feel able to donate please fell free to do so following the below link, or by contacting the Parish Office.

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