March 2021 update:

First Holy Communion update


First Holy Communion Candidates 2020 group.  
Date – Saturday 26th June @ 12 Noon
Hopefully if Lockdown Rules are lifted as planned, this date will go ahead and the children who were prepared in 2019/20 will be able to make their First Holy Communion at last!
First Holy Communion Candidates 2021 group
Date – Saturday 3rd July @ 12 noon
The above date will be for FHC candidates who returned completed application forms to Father Dominic. Course Books will be ordered once numbers are confirmed and parents will be expected to help prepare their child at home using the books.
More details will follow.


Easter Mass Services Online Booking Is Now Closed.

The booking system is now closed and no more bookings are being taken. However, there are still places for the following services should you wish to attend and where you may turn up without having booked. These are:

Palm Sunday at 8.30am
Palm Sunday 10.30am
Good Friday Stations Of The Cross 6.30pm
Easter Sunday 8.30am

The following services are now booked and it may not be possible to accommodate anyone who wishes to attend on the off-chance, although we will do our best.
Palm Sunday Saturday Vigil
Maundy Thursday
Good Friday Passion
Easter Vigil Saturday
Easter Sunday


CAFOD Big Walk for Water

This CAFOD project is aiming to raise funds to provide clean water for families across the world who stand in need.  Anita and Pietro Tozzi are taking part in the initiative, challenging themselves to walk 10,000 steps each day during the 40 days of Lent.  If you would like to sponsor them then please contact  Thank you for your support.


Mass Times, St Theodore’s, Hampton

St Theodore’s will be open for Mass with some special measures during this latest COVID-19 Lockdown.

Please do not attend Mass if you have any flu like symptoms

Please adhere to social distancing notifications and use the sanitising station

Mass times for January 2021 are:

Monday 930am
Tuesday 930am
Wednesday 930am
Saturday 630pm
Sunday 1030am

With the announcement on 4th January 2021 of a new lockdown for England to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the Cardinal welcomed the decision to keep churches open for common worship. In a statement, he said:

‘The regular practice of our faith in God is a well-established source of both personal resilience and dedicated service of those in need. Such resilience and enduring service are vital in these difficult circumstances. 


If you are unable to attend in person then you can attend online masses by visiting:  or by typing “Diocese of Westminster” in a search engine.


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