Following Government Instructions,
churches are closed until we are given further advice.
Scottish Government Covid regulations have changed as of midnight on Monday, 4th January. As part of the current regulations, all places of worship are to be closed at least until the end of January. This will be reviewed as deemed necessary.
In keeping with the legislation, there will be no public celebration of Mass, either on weekdays or on Sundays.
Holy Mass will, of course, be celebrated privately by Mgr. Hughes each day in the Oratory of the Presbytery.
As soon as we are given permission to do so, we will return to our very safe and carefully controlled opening of the Church.
While this is a very real sacrifice for our community, we can still unite with one another in daily prayer, remembering especially those who are suffering most at this time, and those in the NHS and elsewhere who are working, often at risk, to mitigate the latest onslaught of this virus.
Each weekend there is a Sunday Reflection on this website which offers some thoughts on the Readings of the Liturgy.
Altar in the Oratory with an icon of Jesus, Pantocrator,
and the recently donated Relic of St. Ambrose of Milan
The application forms below are for volunteers for stewarding in the Church when we are open for Liturgy.
Application Form A for those who already volunteer in the Parish. Click below.
Application Form B for those who are new volunteers. Click below.
Application Form C for 16-18 year-old