Welcome to the webpages of the Roman Catholic Church of The English Martyrs, Tower Hill. Here you will find information about us including Mass times and Parish contacts.Our postal address is 30 Prescot Street, E1 8BB. You will find us close to the junction with Mansell Street (between Aldgate and the Tower).  Disabled access is via The Spirituality Centre, De Mazenod House, Chamber Street (at the back of the Church).  Please call in advance so that we can be there to meet you at De Mazenod House, telephone 0207 488 4654 or 0746 8342041

CURRENT CHURCH OPENING TIMES and MASS TIMES (see below for arrangements for Holy Week)

Saturday: Adoration at 3pm; Mass at 6:30pm opening at 6pm
Sunday: Mass at 11am opening at 10:30am
Monday: Closed

PLEASE NOTE ***The church is open for Mass at 1pm from Tuesday to Friday, throughout the period of Lent. All Masses and events are live-streamed at www.churchservices.tv/towerhill. Whenever you enter the church remember to follow the Anti-Covid procedures, as set out in the NEWS item on this website, and don’t forget that you are required to WEAR A FACE COVERING at all times during your visit. If you have the NHS Covid 19 App on your phone you can scan the QR code for the Church and register your presence.

Fr. Alex and Fr Ray are just a phone call away if you need someone to talk to, share a prayer with, or if we can help in any other way.
Fr Alex 020 7488 4654; Fr Ray 0746 834 2041

Holy Week Schedule: Saturday 27th March: Vigil Mass at 6:30pm – Blessing of Palms

Palm Sunday 28th March: 9:00am Mass – Blessing of Palms; 11:00am Mass – Blessing of Palms

Maundy Thursday 1st April: 12 Noon – 2:00pm Church open for private prayer and Confession 7:30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
and Adoration until 9pm
Good Friday 2nd April: 11:00am Stations of the Cross: 3:00pm Liturgy of the Passion

Holy Saturday 3rd April 12 Noon – 2:00pm Church open for private prayer and Confession; 7:00pm Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday 4th April: 9:00am Mass;  11:00am Mass




English Martyrs Parish, March 2015

English Martyrs Parish, March 2015