Keeping us all safe

Coronavirus restrictions have eased across England. However, we will still be asking you to to book to attend Sunday Mass, wear face masks and maintain social distancing at St Bede’s for now. This will help us keep vulnerable members of our community safe. We’ll review the situation once we have received guidance from our diocese.

Watch live

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.

Sunday Afternoon tea

Join our parishioners for conversation, prayer and catch-up on Zoom every Sunday

Mass and Private Prayer

Sunday Masses 9am, 11am, 6pm at St Bede’s church

Check our newsletter for weekday Masses

To meet social distancing requirements, you need to book a place for these Masses:

If you no longer need a ticket, please cancel so others can attend. To help our volunteer welcomers take a full part in the Mass, please try to arrive 15 mins before Mass starts.

Other Masses are first-come first-served.

Our churches are currently closed for private prayer due to Coronavirus restrictions.

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Welcome

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.

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Welcome to Basingstoke and our parish!

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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.

Mass readings

Saturday of week 16 in Ordinary Time, or Saint Charbel Makhlouf, Priest , or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Saint Joachim and Saint Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Tuesday of week 17 in Ordinary Time
Wednesday of week 17 in Ordinary Time
Saints Martha, Mary and Lazarus
Friday of week 17 in Ordinary Time, or Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop, Doctor
Saint Ignatius Loyola, Priest

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