Church closed for Public Mass

We are sorry to say St. Patrick’s Church is closed for public celebration of mass from the 26.12.2020.

We will be celebrating “normal Covid timetable” from next Monday (4th January 2021): Mass at 10 am and 7 pm daily and the usual Sat/Sunday.

Please join us online for our livestream celebrations of the mass. These can be accessed through the link below:

Click here to join us on the parish video link for the Masses.

Church open all day for private prayer.

We appreciate you staying with us during this difficult time and for all the support you continue to provide, be it though your prayers, candles and time. If you can support us financially we would be most grateful either through the donation link or made in person to the parish office during office hours.

Please Click here to visit our donations payment page

Keeping you all dearly in our prayers during this difficult time.

God Bless

2 thoughts on “Church closed for Public Mass

  1. Hi guys , I hope you’re all safe and well during these times. We are all grand
    Just wondering, what is the plan for the vigil mass on Christmas eve? John myself and the girls would love to attend if possible, but as we no longer live in the parish, we would not like to take any spots from parishioners still in the parish and want to attend mass also.


    • Hi Sharon, apologies for the delay in getting back to you.
      We can confirm that there will be two vigil masses this Christmas – one at 6pm and another at 9pm to meet demand as well as insuring proper safety guidelines are meet. We would love to welcome you and your family to either of those vigil Christmas masses. Wishing you a safe and reflective advent period and looking forward to ringing in the Birth of Christ with you on the 24th.


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