Welcome to the webpages of the Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas More, Eastcote.
Our postal address is 32 Field End Road, Eastcote, Pinner, Middx HA5 2QT
You will find us on the main road, north of the station & shops, just beyond Bridle Road junction.
You can contact us on 020 8866 6581 or by fax on 020 8429 2346. Our email address is email@example.com
Parish Priest: Fr Martin Plunkett
Parish Administrator: Liz Duignan
Face coverings are now mandatory in Places of Worship since Saturday 8th August 2020.
On Friday, the Prime Minister stated that face coverings will be mandatory in Places of Worship from Saturday August 8th. The Bishops’ Conference has updated their Guidance for the Celebration of Mass .
Those who are exempt from wearing a face covering can be found here: Section 3 – When you do not need to wear a face covering https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own
It is important to emphasise that care should be taken by people in removing their face covering for the reception of Holy Communion and replacing the covering afterwards. This is to prevent contamination of the covering by the hands. However, the risk is regarded as minimal providing there is no hand-to-hand contact between the minister of Communion and the communicant.
The Order of Mass is now available here on the Parish Website for you to print at home and you can bring along to mass , this includes the words of Penitential Act, The Gloria and Creed.
Please click on link below
Daily Mass Readings & Liturgy of the hours: Please visit website https://universalis.com/ to obtain Daily Readings at Mass, this can accessed by PC, Tablet or smartphone.
Live Masses can be found at www.churchservices.tv/. See the individual churches website for Mass times.
The readings and prayers for all liturgies can be found at us.magnificat.net/free
St Thomas More Parish is setting up a ‘Can we help?’ support. Please contact the parish via phone or email to volunteer or receive information of how to be supported, especially if self-isolating.