Times of Masses

Sunday 9 am & 11 am

Mass  Tuesday and Thursday  10 am

Saturday 6 pm (first Mass of Sunday)


If, God forbid, we should have a case of covid in our parish church we have been asked to keep a record of who attends Mass in order to help the NHS test, track and trace.

The simplest way to do this, could be, that before you leave home to you come to Mass you write your name and your telephone number on a piece of paper and on arrival put it in the Test track and trace bucket.

We will keep these papers in a secure place and will destroy them after 21 days in accordance with the diocesan GDPR policy. This weekend there will be pens and paper available to write down our details and a Test, track and trace container into which we can put the contact details. Thank you for your cooperation in this.

As of August 8th 2020 members of the Congregation will be required by law to wear a face covering/mask.

THE REOPENING OF THE CHURCH: firstly I would like to thank the volunteers who have come
forward regarding the opening of the church. It is thanks to their generosity that the church is able to open and
open in a safe way.
Unfortunately the toilets will not be available, this does rather mean that you will have to go before you come!
As you enter you will be invited to sanitise your hands with the appropriate sanitising fluid. You’ll be then
invited to go to a free place in the designated area. The designated area is the back of the church.
As you leave you will be invited to sanitise your hands. If more than 10 people are present you will be asked to
wait outside the church and to queue on Bosworth Road heading towards Hazelwood Crescent. Respecting of
course social distancing.

How to participate in Mass during the coronavirus outbreak

Mass Streaming services are available online so you can remain in Spiritual Communion, praying with the Priests celebrating Mass privately.  Please click on the link for details of Sunday & Weekday Masses being streamed online.

You may also find this link helpful too.  Resources during Mass Suspension 

Fr Philip Baptiste and the parish community welcome you to the webpages of the Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Kensal New Town.

We hope that you will find the information interesting and useful.

You will find us on the corner of Hazlewood Crescent and Bosworth Road, just a few minutes walk from the Harrow Road.  The nearest bus stop is called Bosworth Road and is on the number 23 route going in both directions.  Our nearest Tube station is Westbourne Park. 

Street parking is available, however it is metered (Monday – Friday: 8.30 am – 6.30 pm, Saturday: 8.30 am – 1.30 pm, Sunday: charges do not apply)

Our postal address is 68 Hazlewood Crescent, London, W10 5DJ.

You can contact us on 020 8969 2660.

Our email address is kensalnewtown@rcdow.org.uk