All services at St Bede’s are streamed live from our webcam.
Some of our Masses from Holy Ghost are streamed via Zoom.
Wherever we are, we are one community together at prayer.
Be a volunteer
Volunteering can help you grow in your relationship with Christ, to answer his call to serve, to use your skills and talents to build up the community here in Basingstoke.
Mass and Private Prayer
Sunday Masses 9am, 11am, 6pm at St Bede’s church
Check our newsletter for weekday Masses
St Bede’s is open for private prayer 9am – 2pm Monday – Friday.
Coronavirus restrictions have eased across England.
We will still be asking you to to wear face masks, especially when singing.
This will help us keep vulnerable members of our community safe.
All the work we do is funded by you
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Welcome to Basingstoke and our parish!
The bishops have decided not to bring back the obligation to attend Sunday Mass as intended on 28 Nov, due to the Coronavirus situation in England. Instead, they ask us to attend if we can and think about the activities we undertake on Sundays so that we truly honour the Lord's day. Read more in this statement. www.cbcew.org.uk/bis...
The Flower Team are looking to recruit new members. If you would like to join this group providing a useful and interesting service to the Parish, please come along to a meeting on Wednesday 8th December at 10 am at St Bede’s Church or alternatively contact the Parish Office.
Yes, I am a king. I was born for this, I came into the world for this: to bear witness to the truth; and all who are on the side of truth listen to my voice.
We’re the Catholic Church in Central, North and East Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Whether you’re visiting our churches or watching our services on the web, we aim to be a welcoming and active community.
We have a wide range of ministries and activities for people of all ages. We’re proud of our Catholic faith in the Risen Christ and keen to share it with you.
Going into hospital?
If you wish a Catholic priest or deacon to visit, please notify the ward staff or hospital switchboard. They will contact the on-call Chaplain who will call one of the local clergy.
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