The Immaculate Conception Clevedon

and SS Dunstan & Antony, Yatton

Due to the Corona virus the church is closed. Scroll down for more information.
if you need help call the Parish Office 01275 873205

 

Mass times:- in future times

The Immaculate Conception – Clevedon

Vigil Mass – Saturday at 6.30pm
Sunday Mass   at 10.00am

Weekday Mass at 10.00am (preceded by 9.45am Morning Prayer)

St Dunstan & St Antony – Yatton
Sunday at 8.30am

Our Parish

Welcome to our Parish that covers Clevedon, Yatton and the surrounding villages

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You are very welcome to visit us. Please click below to get a map of where our main church and our chapel of ease are.

Upcoming Events

Apr
7
Tue
7:30 pm CANCELLED – Ecumenical Stations ... @ St Barnabas Church ,
CANCELLED – Ecumenical Stations ... @ St Barnabas Church ,
Apr 7 @ 7:30 pm – 8:15 pm
The event is cancelled due to the Corona Virus – Sorry with us as we join with the parishioners of St Barnabas, Claverham on this Tuesday of Holy Week
Apr
10
Fri
7:30 pm CANCELLED Good Friday – Stations... @ Immaculate Conception
CANCELLED Good Friday – Stations... @ Immaculate Conception
Apr 10 @ 7:30 pm – 8:15 pm
The event is cancelled due to the Corona Virus – Sorry The “Stations” are a great way to realise the true depth of Jesus’ love for us, the way he suffered for us and how[...]

NO MASS! –  With our churches now closed  you may choose to attend Mass online at …
https://stjohnsrcbath.org.uk/index.php (daily ay 10am) click here
https://www.josephfrancis.org/livestream  (daily at Noon) click here
https://www.stmaryoftheangels.org.uk/catholic-mass-online/ (Sunday 10,30, Weekdays at 10am) – click here
https://cliftoncathedral.org/ (daily at 9.30am) click here
or 
b) To help you through this crisis period here ia a link to a wealth of prayer resources – click here

NO COMMUNION?  – here is the prayer of Spiritual Communion (Prayer of St Alphonsus)
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in this Holy Sacrament of the altar.  I love you above all things and I passionately desire to receive you into my soul.   Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, come spiritually into my soul so that I may unite myself wholly to you
 now and forever. Amen.

CORONA VIRUS – update 26th March
Dear Sisters and Brothers.
    Due to the dreaded Virus the Church in Clevedon and at Yatton are closed to all until further notice for we must all play our part to safeguard the NHS and to save ‘precious lives’.
    Mass will continue to be said by me, every day, for the intentions of parishioners but with inevitable changes.  Sadly, there will be no palms on Palm Sunday and during Holy week I will conduct services in private on Holy Thursday -the Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 6.30pm – on Good Friday at 3pm service of the Passion, on Saturday at 8.30pm the service of Easter Vigil and on Easter Sunday at 10am the Mass of the glorious Resurrection.  Reluctantly but necessarily I have to do this in private in Church for the intentions of all you.
    We all belong to God, may he bless us all and keep us safe
Fr Reg 

PS, Cardinal Vincent Nichols stresses that    …   “We’re going to play our full part in fighting the virus and that was the call of St. Paul that we ought to be good citizens and today we ought to be good citizens playing our part in the protection of the vulnerable, in our support for the NHS and in the preserving of human life, which is so precious to God in the face of this virus.”

Important – Offertory Collections (from Finance Committee) – 28th March
Sorry to mention this sordid subject, but I must. The Corona Virus is affecting every way of life and everything around us.  The parish is no exception.  Sadly the suspension of weekend Masses means that we are not receiving the normal donation from these events.  Despite reductions in heating and lighting costs the parish has bills it must continue to pay. No-one likes asking but there are ways to help. 

You can use the Donate button below for use with Paypal, Credit and debit cards

The Immaculate Conception, Clevedon




Pope Francis’ special video to pray for an end to the pandemic

In a special edition of “The Pope Video“, the Holy Father asks us to pray for the sick and the suffering, while thanking all those who, united and regardless of their religious tradition or convictions, pray for those affected.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols stresses that we must all play our part to safeguard the NHS and to save ‘precious lives’.

“We’re going to play our full part in it. That was the call of St. Paul that we ought to be good citizens and today we ought to be good citizens playing our part in the protection of the vulnerable, in our support for the NHS and in the preserving of human life, which is so precious to God in the face of this virus.”

Pope Francis

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