FAQs

Q? At what times are the weekend Masses?
A. Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm, Sunday: 8:45am & 10:30am

Q? At what times are the Masses on holy days of obligation?
A. 10:00am & 7:30pm

Q? At what times are the weekday Masses?
A. Please view the latest bulletin by clicking here.

Q? How do I request a Mass?
A. If you would like to have Holy Mass offered at St George and St Teresa for your intentions, please supply the name of the person, or persons, for whom the Mass is to be offered and whether for the repose of their soul, if they are deceased, or for their well-being and intentions. 

Mass could be said on a particular day of your choosing, if the date is available.  It is customary to make a donation to the priest for a Mass Intention.

Q? How do I find out more about the different groups which run in the Parish?
A. Please see the ‘About Us’ page.

Q? I want to become a Catholic. Who do I contact?
A. Please contact the Parish Priest (see homepage for contact details).

Q? I want to have my child baptised? Who do I contact?
A. Please see the Parish Priest after Mass to pick up a Baptism form.

Q? My child does not attend a Catholic school and I want him/her to prepare for
     and receive the Sacraments of First Penance (Reconciliation) and First
     Communion (Eucharist). Who do I contact?
A. Please contact the Parish Priest (see homepage for contact details).

Q? My child does not attend a Catholic school and wants to be confirmed.
     Who do I contact?
A. Confirmations are usually conferred in January or early February each year.  Please contact the Parish Priest (see homepage for contact details).

Q? I want to get married in the church of St George and St Teresa. Who do I
contact?
A. Please contact the Parish Priest (see homepage for contact details).

Q? I want to make a booking to use the Parish Centre. Who do I contact?
A.  If the booking is a private booking, please contact Oksana Zurak  - 07967-846 963 or oksanazurak@gmail.com.

Q? How do I find out more about the history of the Parish?
A.  Please click here.