The Immaculate Conception Clevedon

and SS Dunstan & Antony, Yatton

Sadly our church and chapel cannot welcome us to public worship during this November Lockdown. However, our Clevedon Church is still open for private worship.
Online Masses – Saturday 630pm and Sunday 10am Masses are available by clicking >ofmclevedon
For the Parish On-line Community updates click here
Remembrance content can be found in “Latest News” – click here




Our Parish

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

Find us

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

all-day Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Dec 8 all-day
Morning prayers will commence at 09.45 am and Mass will be celebrated from 10am

If you would like to donate to the Parish please click the yellow button below. You can use a credit or debit card or via PayPal.

OUR CHURCH & CHAPEL IS CLOSED TO PUBLIC ALL MASSES FROM 5th Nov – 2nd Dec.  We must remain cautious, COVID-19 has not gone away. We pray for all during this second lockdown and for a speedy return to collective worship
Here are some guidelines for when you come to church or chapel

… in Clevedon Saturday at 6.30pm, and on Sunday at 10am 
… in Yatton on Sunday at 8.30am

Staying Safe
The following guidelines may seem banal, common sense, Granny-suck-eggs, but adhering to them is the best way to protect yourself and others. Covid-19 has not gone away!

 – Government advice on shielding still applies, as does the advice for elderly people to protect themselves as a priority
 – if you, or any member of your household, have any symptoms of Covid-19 (a high temperature; a new, continuous cough; or a loss of, or
  change to, your sense of smell or taste) – please stay at home
 – there is still no Sunday obligation, so consider the possibility of attending Mass on a weekday at 10am in Clevedon
 – live-streamed Masses are accessible on the parish YouTube channel at YouTube ofmclevedon

Other sources of live-streamed Mass are:
 at (daily ay 10am) click here
   at  (daily at Noon) click here
   at (daily at 9.30am) click here
b) To help you through this crisis period here is a link to a wealth of prayer resources – click here

When attending we ask to please …
– adhere to the normal social distancing guide
 – wear a facial covering help keep you and others safe N.B. please bring your own as there is a very limited
   supply of the disposable ones available.
 – on arrival sanitize your hands with the gel provided
– take a wet-wipe to cleanse the area where you choose to sit/kneel
– be aware that numbers permitted to attend will be limited – approx 50 in Clevedon in accordance with social distancing requirements. Sadly,
   Greyfriars Hall cannot be used.
– In Clevedon 3 persons will be permitted per row, although groups from one household may sit together
 – in Yatton two persons are permitted per row.
– at communion queue, in single file whilst maintaining the 2m gap
– the Eucharist which will be distributed by host only.
 N.B.The priest will have washed his hands and will don gloves and a see through visor. he will  place
   the host onto the communicants hand.
– collection baskets will not be passed around but will be available for donations at entry/exit points
 – if/when using the toilets please wash your hands and then use the sanitising gel on re-entering the
   main body of the church/chapel.

When we return to Mass where there will some differences in how the celebration takes place

– Mass will be shorter than usual
– there will be no procession at opening, the offertory nor at the closure of Mass
– there will be no congregational singing
– please respect fellow worshipers and follow the guidance given during Mass.
 N.B.Fr Reg says “ Please be mindful, patient and kind with each other always, but especially when we
   return to Mass at church”.

Communication during Covid-19 Pandemic See “Keeping a living Parish” – messages from clevedoncatholics covid.19 – click here
N.B. Parish Online Community: If you have signed up to join our Parish Community on-line then you may need to check your spam or junk mail boxes and re-set your junk-mail or spam filters to accept emails from our address i.e. “”.
No authentic emails from the parish community will ever ask for money or send you anything but for your benefit. If you think an email looks suspicious, contact the parish office email address from the newsletter:
If you have not already joined the Online Community and would like to, please send an email to the team at asking for the regular Parish community updates

To find an array of resources to help you with isolation see Coping with Closure – click here

During Easter Week, videos were uploaded to YouTube and Facebook to reflect on the meaning of the Easter Octave from a priest of the Westminster Diocese, Fr Stephen Wang. These could be of interest throughout the Easter season – click here

If you are concerned about the difficulty of making priest for confession, listen/watch Cardinal Vincent Nichols as he explains how to make a perfect action of contrition and ask for forgiveness from God whilst we cannot attend reconciliation with a priest physically – click here

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