Roman Catholics in Stevenage Old Town


Our Churches remain open for Mass

(updated 14/05/21)


100th Birthday congratulations

Our best wishes to MARGARET MOULTRIE who is 100 years old on Friday 28th May 2021.  Prayerful wishes from the whole parish community on your special day.

The Catholic Churches in Stevenage

May 2021

You will be my witnesses!

As we celebrate the Resurrection during the 50 days of the Easter season, we look forward to the Feast of the Ascension followed by the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.  As Christians, we are sent out by the risen Lord to proclaim to everyone that he has won the victory over death by his rising, and opened the gates of heaven for all who welcome his love.  What Jesus said to his apostles before the Ascension he says to us too:  “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you, and then you will be my witnesses” (Acts 1:8).

A practical way of being witnesses is simply to spread the word that our churches are open for business!  There are still some in our local community who are not aware that we have a full Mass schedule in our parishes; our churches are also open for times of personal prayer, and we await gradual easing of restrictions due to the pandemic in the next few weeks.

We keep specially in our prayers those preparing for First Holy Communion, our young people receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation around this time, and of course our sick and those who care for them.  May the peace of the risen Jesus fill our hearts, so that we become peacemakers for our world!


Vaccine webinar: 15th May 2021

Covid-19 vaccine confidence webinar (Brentwood, Southwark & Westminster dioceses, with cooperation of local authorities): Saturday 15th May (10-11.30am) with a panel of medical experts led by Prof Kevin Fenton, Regional Director of Public Health London. Participants can ask questions anonymously. Link: – passcode: 546617.




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Although there are defined ‘parish boundaries’, we include among our regular worshippers Catholics from all parts of Stevenage and the surrounding Hertfordshire towns and villages.

About 300 adults and children attend mass each weekend and we are always delighted to welcome visitors to share in our worship!

Our resident priests are Fr Michael and Fr Nigel

Our postal address is 4 Basils Road, Stevenage, Herts SG1 3PX. You will find us off Church Lane, east of High Street.

You can contact us on 01438 226857. Our email address is

Parking at the Transfiguration

There is a car park on Church Lane (between Grove Road and Basils Road) that borders the church and Presbytery.

Additionally, there is a car park on Primett Road at the back of the High Street and next to Lytton Way.