Mass Times

Mass Times

The Holy Mass is the lifeblood of the parish, both figuratively and literally! In line with current regulations and guidelines our dedicated team at St Nicholas continues to work hard to ensure that we are now able to open the church every day but Friday – which is Fr John’s rest day – for Masses to be celebrated as acts of public worship. Thanks to the tireless efforts of those at St Nicholas worship can continue in a sage way to enable us to laud and magnify our Blessed Lord together in the parish church.

Weekly Mass Times

Sunday9:30am, Solemn Mass (Nave seating)
Monday12pm, Low Mass and Rosary (Chancel seating)
Tuesday9:30am, Low Mass (St John’s Chapel)
Wednesday6:30pm, Low Mass, (Nave seating)
Thursday9:30am, Low Mass, (Chancel seating)
FridayNo Mass
Saturday9:30am, Low Mass (St John’s Chapel)

Holy Week 2021

Holy Monday12pm – Rosary
6:30pm – Low Mass
Holy Tuesday6:30pm – Low Mass
Holy Wednesday6:30pm – Low Mass
Maundy Thursday7:30pm – Mass of the Last Supper, followed by The Watch until midnight
Good Friday 3pm – Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord
5:30pm – Maria Desolata
Holy Saturday9pm – The Easter Vigil (First Mass of Easter)
Easter Sunday9:30am – Solemn Mass

The Divine Office will be livestreamed over our Parish Facebook page daily during Holy Week.

Lauds will be said at 9am.

Vespers will be said at 5:30pm, except on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.

Compline will be said at 9pm, except on Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday.

‘The Holy Mass is a prayer itself, even the highest prayer that exists. it is the Sacrifice, dedicated by our Redeemer at the Cross, and repeated every day at the Altar. if you wish to hear Mass as it should be heard, you must follow with your eye, heart and mouth all that happens at the Altar. Further, you must pray with the Priest the holy words said by him in the Name of Christ and which Christ says by him. You have to associate your heart with the holy feelings which are contained in these words and in this manner you ought to follow all that happens at the Altar. when acting in this way you have prayed Holy Mass.’

St Pius X