Streatham Hill, Archdiocese of Southwark
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(Attending the Church for Services, a Prayer, or a Visit)
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
8am: Our Church porch (Narthex) opens. (Although the inside glass doors are closed, you can have access to pray, with a view of the Tabernacle through the glass doors)
8.30am: The inside glass doors are opened for all to come in for private prayer in silence before Mass.
9.00am: Parish Mass
On Mondays the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for Adoration after Mass. The Rosary is said during this time. Adoration ends with Benediction.
10am to 12 pm: Priest Surgery (This is a time for you to meet with your parish priest without an appointment. Ring the door bell.)
10am to 8pm: Our Church porch (Narthex) stays opened. (Although the inside glass doors are closed, you can have access to pray, with a view of the Tabernacle through the glass doors)
5pm to 8pm: Priest Surgery (This is a time for you to meet with your parish priest without an appointment. Ring the door bell.)
On Tuesdays and Thursdays
For now, the Church is closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. However, after our Mass review,
we hope to resume Full Weekday Masses.
On Saturdays and Sundays
From 8am to 8pm the Church porch (narthex) is open, while the Church’s inside glass doors are closed. The inside glass doors are opened an hour before Masses at weekend.
Saturdays from 5pm to 5.45pm: Confessions
Saturdays 6pm: Parish Mass
Sundays 10.30am Parish Family Mass and 12.15pm Parish Solemn Mass
I want to introduce myself. I am Miss Jessie Smith and am doing the DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD GOLD. When I looked at the list of what I could do and how I could achieve my goals, I thought of doing many different roles but was very unsure of what I could do to make a difference; I was so uncertain about what I could do that would make a long term difference …Then I had a meeting with Father Valentine from Saints Simon and Jude Catholic Church. Saints Simon and Jude Church has an extraordinary place in my heart as I was baptised there 16 years ago and feel a strong bond within the church; the church has been going through difficult times and challenges with the pandemic. What life throws at an incredible Church, and we have seen more events than my grandparents can remember, like, during the war, it stood its ground and the strong parishioners holding us up there.
I have been given permission and have a plan to restore our church garden, starting with creating an "Orchid Events Garden” I have been informed you only need two apple trees to have an orchid garden! With a mild relaxing effect for the elderly, children and families of our community have a beautiful place to feel refreshed to meditate and if they wish to have company, a chat, or be alone. Read More ...