HOLY CROSS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
In line with the requirements of HM Government announced by the Prime Minister on the evening of 23 March 2020, Holy Cross and all places of worship have been closed for a minimum of three weeks.
Please note that all public acts of worship have been suspended as of the evening of Friday 20 March 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
- There are no public Masses at present. Mass continues to be said in private for those intentions that have been requested.
- the Parish Office will be closed to visitors in person from Monday 23 March 2020; please call us on 01744 22077 and we will get back to you when we can.
- Baptisms, Weddings and First Holy Communions may not take place during the current crisis except in very exceptional circumstances.
- For Funerals, these cannot take place in church at present, but a service can be held at the graveside or in the Crematorium chapel, with a service in church once these are permitted. Please contact the Parish Office to make arrangements.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Office if you have any queries.
Information about the architecture of the church can be found here
on the Taking Stock website.
If you are concerned about the welfare of a child or adult at risk, do not delay in contacting the police, using 999 if a child or adult is believed to be in immediate danger.
It is the policy of the Catholic Church in England and Wales to report all allegations of abuse to statutory authorities, regardless of whether the abuse occurred recently or in the past, or whether the accused person is living or deceased.
If you are in any
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