Under the current restrictions, churches will remain open for public worship even under national lockdown — although social distancing guidelines mean that capacity will be reduced.

Please pray for the good estate of the Church and public worship; a renewed reduction in infection; those who are sick and those who care for them; those who have suffered mentally and economically; those who have died.

Please contact the clergy for pastoral help, and practical help if you need it.

Public worship continues under national lockdown in England.

Our clergy offer ten public Masses per week and a streamed private Mass. Details of Ordinariate Masses this week are shown in the sidebar and the Calendar. Changes to the schedule at other churches are shown on their websites.

The capacity of churches is limited under the Government’s “Covid Secure” guidelines, and it is not possible to guarantee that everyone who wants to attend any particular Mass will be able to do so, although no-one has been turned away so far. The Sunday obligation remains suspended. The vulnerable are no longer advised to shield themselves, but if you do need to isolate please consider making your spiritual communion by following an online Mass.

Public celebrations of Mass

All celebrations are socially-distanced and the capacity of churches is limited.

Sunday 9:30am St Joachim  NO 
11:30am CTK  NO 
4:00pm CTK  DW 

Monday 10:00am CTK  NO 
Tuesday 7:30am CTK  EF 
Wednesday 10:00am St Joachim  NO 
Thursday 7:00pm CTK  DW 
Friday 12 noon CTK  NO 
Saturday 11:00am CTK  NO 
Saturday (Vigil of Sunday) 5:00pm CTK  NO 

Online streamed celebrations, when possible

Monday 7:00pm Facebook  DW 

Online streamed celebrations from outside the Eastbourne Ordinariate Mission*

Sunday 9:15am Our Lady of Ransom  NO 
10:30am Warwick Street  DW 

*We are not responsible for the content of external sites

Once things return to normal, the Ordinariate will offer a number of Masses through the week. More will be available on weekday feast days. Details of how things will look are still being worked out.

Confessions are heard 9:00–10:00am on Saturdays and before the 4pm Mass on Sundays at Christ the King Church. Diocesan clergy also hear confessions 10:30–11:30am and 5:15–5:45pm on Saturdays at Our Lady of Ransom Church, and after the Saturday 4pm Mass at St Agnes’ Church. All the clergy will hear confessions by arrangement.

 DW  Divine Worship (the “Ordinariate Use”)
 EF  Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin Mass)
 NO  Novus Ordo