Welcome to St. Anthony's
Welcome to St. Anthony's 


Divine Mercy Sunday


Divine Mercy Sunday is a very special Sunday when the Divine Floodgates from Heaven are wide-opened and Jesus offers us the total forgiveness of all sins and punishment to any soul, who goes to Confession and receives Him in Holy Communion, on that day. This special day took place on Sunday 8 April. 

Music Retreat 2018


A wonderful and insprirational Music Retreat took place in the Crypt on Saturday 17 February. New Mass settings were practised including Taize chants in English and Polish. We were also blessed to have singers and musicians from around the Deanery in attendance. It is very much hoped that in the future we will work together on different music initiatives and continue to enrich our parishes even more.  Thank you to everyone that came along and supported the day. It was greatly appreciated. Please go to our gallery page on the website for images of the day!


Are you a musician or singer, is your child interested in joining a music group? Can they play the clarinet, guitar, piano/keyboard, recorder, violin or any other instrument? If so, please come along. we would love to see you. 


We meet every Wednesday in the Crypt from 6.15pm. All are welcome.


Contact: Eva Marzec

Advent Retreat 2017


Thank you to everyone that attended and contributed to our Advent Retreat. It was a wonderful and reflective day. Fr Richard gave us an inspiration talk on the theme of Emmanuel - God is with us and Lanre Sanni led the afternoon session with some insightful texts from the Bible and some challenging questions. 

Contact: Eva Antao-Bento

Be Involved


“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love." - Mother Theresa 


The Parish warmly welcomes all volunteers! If you can assist with any of the following, please let Fr Nicholas know: Sacristy work, cleaning, children’s liturgy, repair works, painting, gardening, lifts for parishioners to and from Mass.
If there is something else you can do, please do let him know.



If you have recently joined the Parish, you are most welcome. We hope that you are settling in well. Please do make yourself known to Fr Nicholas or the Parish Office. Parish Welcome Packs are available from the Church Narthex. 


Tea/Coffee Morning Donations - Sunday


If you would like to donate any cakes, biscuits, tea, coffee, fruit etc. They will be gratefully received. Alternatively, if you are able to increase your financial donation, that would be wonderful!


A big thank to everyone that helped and supported our tea and coffee mornings. For the month of  May. Our takings were £77.36. If you are new to our Parish, please pop into the Crypt after Mass on a Sunday - we would love to see you. Our tea and coffee mornings are run solely on donations so do support us and give generously. All donations recieved go towards the upkeep of the Crypt. 


Sick and Housebound


If you know of any parishioners that are sick or housebound that would like to receive Holy Communion, please let Fr Nicholas know or contact the Parish Office. 


Eucharistic Minister Readers and Counters Rotas


These are now available on the website under Mass Intentions and Rotas.


After Mass Tidy Up


We are looking for a small team of volunteers to help tidy up after Mass. This includes putting away the hymn books, Mass cards, kneelers and making sure the Church is neat and tidy for its next service.  If you would like to assist in anyway or join a rota, please see Fr Nicholas. 

Prayers for the Sick


Please continue to pray for the sick of our Parish and those that have asked for your prayers. If you know of anyone that would like a mention in our bidding prayers, please let Father, the Deacons or the Parish Office know.

Weekly Mass Readings


Can now be found here! Weekly Readings


Prayer to St Anthony


Saint Anthony, perfect imitator of Jesus, who received from God the special power of restoring lost things, grant that I may find {mention your petition} which has been lost. As least restore to me peace and tranquillity of mind, the loss of which has afflicted me even more than my material loss. To this favour I ask another of you: that I may always remain in possession of the true good that is God. Let me rather lose all things than lose God, my supreme good. Let me never suffer the loss of my greatest treasure, eternal life with God. Amen.

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