Are you New to the Parish? Welcome to St Simon and St. Jude. If you are new to the parish, please pick up our Parish welcome pack from the foyer at the back of our church. Or alternativelyWelcome to Our Parish First Visit please complete a registration form which you can obtain by downloading both packs from the links below. Please return the completed registration form to the Parish Priest. Thank you.We hope the following documents will be of use and benefit to both new and existing parishioners. 

 New To The Two Parish?  Welcome Packs, download both complete and submit to Parish Office or Fr. Lixson:

   PDF Welcome to Parish SSJ 2018 PackDownload our Welcome Pack Part i (1) here.    

PDF Parish Registration PackDownload the Parish Registration Form & Brief History Welcome Pack Part ii (2) here.


Also, if you are new to the parish we would encourage you to donate through our planned giving arrangements. Please click here for more details and an application form. If you are a tax payer, a member of the finance team will be happy to walk you through donating using Gift Aid, and the benefits of Gift Aid to the church, at no extra cost to yourself.

Apart from the rich and varied liturgy and the sacraments which are offered, there is a range of parish groups that you may wish to join and support and share your skills and talents. Please look at our Parish Groups web page.  

  Newsletters: Download the latest newsletter here and archived copies of the same.




Baptism: If you would like your children to be baptised at St. Simon and St. Jude please complete a baptism application form which you can collect from the back of the church or download the form here complete the form and and hand it over to Fr. Cyriac please. Thank you.

You can contact Fr. Lixson - click here.


 Holy Communion : Please speak with Fr. Lixson

For dates of the First Holy Communion Programme 2019 click here tbc

Confirmation: Please speak with Fr. Lixson

Funerals:   Please contact Fr. Lixson - click here


BannerS&J  Parish Demography

An interesting report following a Parish Survey

Marriage: Getting married? At least six months notice needs to be given for marriages whether they are taking place at MarriageSt. Simon and St. Jude's or elsewhere. This allows time for the necessary pastoral and administrative service.

Please speak to Fr. Lixson in the first instance. It is customary for weddings to be celebrated in the parish the bride resides in. Contact Fr. Lixson - click here.


Marriage, Baptism certificates: If requesting a baptism or marriage certificates etc please click here and complete the details in the opened form, submiting appropriate details in the fields as presented.

Mass Intentionsclick on this link to read more,  Deacon Paul Mulligan has kindly given some perspective and narrative around this area.

Safe Guarding / Child and Adult Protectio: We have adopted and follow the Archdiocese of Southwark Child and Adult Protection Policies and Resources, for details on these please click here.

The Archdiocese of Southwark is committed to the safety and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. The Diocese co-operates fully with CSAS, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service, which aims to help the Church become an example of best practice in the Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults, and develop a "culture of vigilance" to ensure that children and vulnerable adults in our care are kept safe from harm.

Towards a Culture of Safeguarding:  Southwark Safeguarding are now promoting their free online training courses called EDUCARE, details of which can be found on their web page click here, and follow the Training links.

 Archdiocese of Southwark Safeguarding Office contacts, see here;

 Telephone: 020 7261 1606

Email: - click HERE for link to email the office.

Postal Address: Safeguarding Office, St Gabriel’s House, Westminster Bridge Road
London, SE1 7FQ

Parish Safeguarding Representative: David Feasey | Telephone: 020 8670 7565

Free helpline for children 0800 1111 (Childline - please click here )

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - The GDPR forms part of the data protection regime in the UK, together with the new Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018). The main provisions of this apply, like the GDPR, from 25 May 2018.

St. Simon and St. Jude R.C. adopt and follow the GDPR / Data Protection Policies and guidance as laid down by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark. For detailed information on the guidance and policies, please click here .



Website: By viewing our website your IP address, browser details, times of visits, etc may be logged and used for statistical purposes, network security and fraud prevention. This helps us to monitor how effectively the site is working. Be assured that we never profile normal visitors to the site or invasively monitor them. The statistical data will be used by ourselves and may also be used by our website provider to help provide the service. The legal basis for processing this information is Legitimate Interest. 

Privacy: Church123 provides the church website management for St. Simon and St. Jude website.  Details regarding Privacy can be found here. (for more information please click here).


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