WELCOME TO THE PARISH OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES & ST MICHAEL, UXBRIDGE
Saturday Vigil: 5pm
Sunday: 8am, 9.30am & 11am
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday: 9.30am*
No Mass on Thursdays
*These times are occasionally subject to change; please check the latest newsletter.
Saturday 10.30 - 11.00 am
After morning Mass on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Saturday 10.00 - 10.30 am
CHANGING RESTRICTIONS FROM MONDAY 19TH JULY
Some COVID restrictions in the church will be changing on 19th July, even though infection rates are increasing in our community. We proceed, as the Prime Minister has stressed, with ‘extreme caution’:
Seats no longer need to be booked in advance, so just turn up to Mass. The removal of most of the red ropes will increase our church capacity.
We do need to take down your details on arrival or ask you to use Track and Trace. Remember, the doors of the church open 10-15 minutes before Mass begins.
We will still sanitise your hands on arrival and clean the church after each service.
Three pews on the sacristy side of the church (at the front) will continue to follow social distancing recommendations for those who prefer them. Elsewhere in the church, please space yourself out where possible.
Even though many people have now been vaccinated and legal restrictions lifted, the government recommend and expect that masks continue to be worn inside the church, for everyone’s safety.
We return on Monday to the Communion procession. Please follow the instructions from the priest and the stewards. For reasons of hygiene, Holy Communion will continue to be distributed under one form and, for hygienic reasons, we encourage reception on the hand.
The toilets will remain closed.
Please fold up your prams or place them in front of the glass divide at the back of the church.
NEW TO THE PARISH?
If you have recently moved to Uxbridge, you are welcome to get involved in our vibrant, friendly community.
BECOME A CATHOLIC
Are you reading this page because you are curious about becoming a Catholic?
We have very close connections with local Catholic Primary and Secondary Schools, as well as Brunel University (which is within the parish).