Sunday Mass

8.30 am Holy Mass
11.00 am Holy Mass
5.00pm Holy Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation: On Mondays, Fridays and Holy Days of Obligation 5.30pm-6.30pm or by private appointment with Fr Stan.

*Changes to weekly timetable are published in the latest newsletter.

Sunday 10th December: 2nd Sunday of the Month – Divine Mercy Holy hour from 2.30pm.

Christmas services

Saturday 16th Dec – Advent confession 10.00am to 1.00pm

Sun 24th December: 4th Sunday of Advent : 8.30am & 11.00am Mass. (No 5.00pm Mass)

Sun 24th Dec:  The Nativity of the Lord

4.00pm-Children’s short service followed by Christmas Vigil Holy Mass at 4.30pm.

11.00pm Vigil Service followed by Midnight mass.

Mon 25th December : 9.30am & 11.00am  – Holy Mass.

Tues 26th December: St Stephen 10.00am Holy Mass. No weekday Mass from 27th December to 30th December.

Sunday 31st December :8.30am, 11.00am & 5.00pm Holy Mass

Monday 1st January 2024: 5.15pm Adoration, confession & Rosary followed by Holy Mass at 6.30pm.

No weekday Mass from Tuesday 2nd January – Friday 5th January 2024.

Saturday 6th January 2024: 1st Saturday devotion to our Lady 12 noon Holy Mass

Sunday 7th January 2024: The Epiphany of the Lord: 8.30am, 11.00am and 5.00pm Holy Mass.

Sunday 14th January 2024: 2nd Sunday of the Month – Divine Mercy Holy hour from 2.30pm.


I welcome you to Our Lady of Peace & Blessed Dominic Barberi Parish. You are loved by God! Christ came for you. Christ is for you “the Way, the Truth and the Life!” (Jn 14:6). Entrust your fears, your afflictions, your burdens to the heart of Mary. With Mary's help, we learn to recognise and embrace the love of Christ in every moment of our lives. The Parish is a framework in which we can learn to grow in faith through the Liturgy, Adoration, the spirituality of the Angelus, the Divine Mercy and the Rosary. We, as adults, youth and children, learn how to grow in faith together. We offer our hearts and hands to Jesus and Mary to reach the vulnerable, the needy and the lost sheep in all areas of life. You are welcome!

Fr. Stan Gibziński,
Parish Priest of Our Lady of Peace and Bl Dominic Barberi