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Welcome

The two churches of St Patrick's, Woolston and Annunciation, Netley serve the east side of

Southampton and welcome worshippers of all ages and backgrounds. We lead our congregation in worship, deepening the connection to God, understanding the teachings of Christ, and ultimately to a vibrant faith.

We have a long, proud history of serving the people of Southampton. Through the dedication of our leadership, staff members and volunteers, we are committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ, and are here to spread His message. Contact us today to find out more about becoming part of the our Catholic Church community.

Fr Ross Bullock

Parish Priest

Easter Offering

The Easter Sunday Collection traditionally supports our parish priests, in recognition for all the dedication, guidance and care they give across our Diocese and in each parish.

If you would like to give a gift to support Father Ross in his vocation and mission this Easter, please visit:

Sunday Mass 

6pm Saturday Vigil Mass

St Patrick’s (65 persons)

 

9am Sunday Mass

Annunciation Church, Netley (with room for 30 persons with extra capacity if couples and families can sit together as a bubble.)

 

11am Sunday Mass

St Patrick’s (65 persons)

BOOKING a place at a weekend mass is preferable and can be done through the parish website

(or telephone during office hours if no internet)

 

If you miss the booking deadline you can just turn for Mass on a first come first served basis 10mins before Mass begins.

St Patrick’s Church, Woolston

6pm Saturday or 11am Sunday 

Annunciation, Netley

9am Sunday 

Weekday Mass 

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9.30am St Patrick's, Woolston
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9.30am Annunciation, Netley
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RECORDED MASSES

 

Some of our Masses are now being recorded and are available to watch by clicking below.

We still have to follow the social distancing rules which are a legal requirement and I once again ask you to follow what our lovely volunteer stewards are asking you to do in church and that there are to be no holy huddles in entrances/exits or in car parks. Remember: HANDS FACE SPACE

Lenten Reflections on the Stations of the Cross

by Parishioners of Annunciation Church, Netley & St. Patrick’s Church, Woolston.

As we journey through the season of Lent please use these reflections to aid you on your journey towards Easter. We began with Station One and Two and now the other stations follow in regular intervals until Easter, with the latest ones shown below. The complete stations can be found on our parish Facebook page.

Parish Activities

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Rosary

Mondays

1.30pm St Patrick’s, Woolston

Stations of the Cross

Fridays

1.30pm St Patrick’s, Woolston

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Holy Week and Easter Services

Palm Sunday - 28th March

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6pm Saturday Vigil Mass

St Patrick's (65 Persons)
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9am Sunday Mass

Annunciation (30 Persons)
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11am Sunday Mass

St Patrick's (65 Persons)

Maundy Thursday - 1st April

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7.30pm Mass of the Lord's Supper

St Patrick's (65 Persons)

Good Friday - 2nd April

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10.30am Stations of the Cross

Both churches
Followed by private prayer until 12 noon
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3.00pm The Lord's Passion

St Patrick's (65 persons)

Holy Saturday - 3rd April

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Online Blessing of Polish Baskets

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7.30pm Easter Vigil Mass

St Patrick's (65 persons)

Easter Sunday - 4th April

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9.00am Sunday Mass

Annunciation (30 persons)
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11.00am Sunday Mass

St Patrick's (65 persons)

Supporting our local Covid Vaccination Programme

The 8 front side car parking spaces of St Patrick’s Church (Portsmouth Road entrance car park) are not to be used by parishioners on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from now on as I have given these 8 spaces over for the sole use of the medical staff administering the COVID Vaccinations from 8am – 6pm in the nearby St Peter’s Doctors Surgery Car Park (which means the medical staff have nowhere to park).

 

This is our way of helping the local community with the vaccination program and ensuring the medical staff can park easily and not be delayed in their vital work for want of parking. If you need disabled parking, please park in front of my car whilst Mass is taking place (room for two cars) on a Wednesday morning.

 

Everyone else to park in the Church Hall Car park at the rear of the Church (Porchester Road entrance) if coming to Mass on a Wednesday morning, which is the only flash point for parking out of those days the medical staff need parking.

Please Help Us!

Our two churches like other charitable institutions are losing vital income at this time through the loss of revenue from our weekly collections, hall bookings and fundraising activities now that the churches are closed. You can help by making a donation.

The parish is part of the Diocese of Portsmouth.

Portsmouth Roman Catholic Diocesan Trust

Registered Charity 246871.
http://www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk/

Contact Parish Office

Marion Patient

Parish Secretary

St Patrick's House

45, Portsmouth Road

Southampton

SO19 9BD

Call: 023 8044 8671

Email: eastside@portsmouthdiocese.org.uk

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