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

What's New

St Vincent de Paul Society - SVP


Good news! Work is going on behind the scenes to re-introduce SVP at St. Anthony's.


The concept of need is broader than financial hardship, so visiting people who are sick, lonely, in prison, or suffering from addiction is also a significant proportion of SVP's work. The essence of their work is person-to-person contact and spending time with people is their greatest gift.

SVP have over 10,000 volunteer members, motivated by their faith, are committed to meaningful and long term befriending. Inspired by the message of the Gospels SVP seek and find those in need and offer them sincere friendship.


They visit them in their homes, in hospital and in care homes on a regular basis and offer additional practical support such as food, furniture or financial help where needed. They also organise trips and events for older and isolated people.

SVP offers friendship and practical help to all we visit, without regard to faith, ethnicity, status or sexual orientation.  


As we anything, we do require the help and support of volunteers to take this wonderful initative forward. If you would like to know more, please see Anne Dyer and Lanre Sanni. 

Joint CAFOD Fast Day - Thank You!


A big thank you to everyone that came to support St Anthony’s Church and St Anthony's School Joint CAFOD Day on Friday 16 March. A wonderful Lenten Lunch was had with a variety of delicious soups and breads courtesy of the school staff. Money is still coming in so once these have all been counted we will announce our donation to CAFOD. Pictures of the event can be viewed in our photo gallery.

Weekly Offertory and Financial Giving 


We are encouraging parishioners to use numbered envelopes for your weekly offertory, please give your name and address on the form at the back of the Church and we will provide you with a box of envelopes the following week.


The best way to give, especially if you are away a lot, is by standing order. To set this up, please pick up a standing order form from the back of the Church and send in the completed form to the Parish office and we will do the rest!


If you are a taxpayer, the advantage of using either envelopes or standing order is that we can claim back 25p for every £1 you give from the government. All you need to do is complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form (which is attached to the Standing Order Form, or will be inside your envelope box) and return it to the Parish Office. Thank you. 


Coffee Mornings


Our Big Coffee Morning takes place every Sunday at 11.30am in the Crypt after Mass. Parishoners gather for tea, toast and plenty of cake! It is a wonderful opportunity to catch up with friends old and new. All are welcome! We also use this oppportunity to collect some much needed donations for the upkeep of our Church. There is a donation tin on the counter and we invite you to give what you can and where possible - generously. 
Contact: Mary Power



Our RCIA programme has now concluded and will restart in the Autumn. Please continue to visit the website for further updates or see our weekly newsletter.

Contact: Jim Hayes

London and Slough Run for the Homeless

Please bring your sandwiches, boiled eggs, crisps,
drinks, fruit, biscuits, etc to the St Joseph's Parish Centre in Gerrards Cross by 3:30pm on Mondays. NEW mens underpants/boxer shorts would be most welcome – these can be placed in the bin outside the Parish Centre. 

Flower Arranging


We are looking to increase our volunteer base for Flower Arranging.  If you have a skill in this area and are able to help at any time during the year, please do let Fr Nicholas know. Also, if you have an general interest and would like a practical session - please make yourself known to Patsy Molloy.

Charismatic Prayer Group


St. Anthony's Charismatic Prayer Group meets every Thursday at 1.30pm in the Crypt.  It has been meeting for over 25 years and has been a great support to the Parish. The Prayer Group is centered on and inspired by the Holy Spirit. It opens with collective prayer, praise and worship, private intercessions and closes with bible readings. You are warmly invited to attend and it is a perfect opportunity to meet friendly faces. For more information on Catholic Charismatic Renewal please visit: CCR

Weekly Mass Readings


Weekly Mass Readings can be found here! Please click on the link: Weekly Readings

Laudate Catholic App


For those of you who are on the go and perhaps do not always have the time to look up certain prayers or Feasts Days, please take a look at the Laudate App. This is the most comprehensive Catholic App available which takes you through a wide range of Catholic Prayers, Daily Readings, Bible Verses. There is information on Confession, Cathechism and much more. The App is available at Google's Play Store and there is also one for iPhone users.

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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