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English Martyrs Roman Catholic Church

English Martyrs is a welcoming community, inviting, encouraging and supporting all to have an ever-deepening relationship with Jesus. We are inspired to show God’s love to the world with joy and hope.

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Welcome to English Martyrs

Wherever you are in your journey of life, we are so glad that you are here.

We are here to encourage and support you as you grow in an ever-deepening relationship with Jesus. At the centre of all that we do is the Mass where we encounter Jesus, truly present in the Eucharist.  It is from this, the source and summit of our life, that we are inspired to show God’s love to the world with joy and hope.

We hope that we will see you soon at one of our weekday or weekend Masses.

Join us for Mass

We have 6 Masses to choose from over the weekend and look forward to welcoming you at one of them.

Our team of stewards will be on hand to help you with any questions you may have and to help with any other requirements. 

With the current restrictions in place we do ask people to register for Sunday Masses (including the Vigil Mass). During the week, there is no need to register.

Join us Saturday at 6pm or Sunday at 7.30am, 9.30am, 11.30am ,, 3.00pm or 5.00pm.

Click to Register for Mass

Confessions are heard on Saturdays after the 10am Mass and at 5pm and on Sundays at 4pm.


Find out information on Mass times and what to expect at Mass


Let us know who you are and how we can help you feel at home in our parish.


Continue to grow in your faith of Jesus through the various groups and courses that we have within our parish


Give of your time, talents and treasure

If you are unable to physically be present at one of our Masses, we livestream our Masses on Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at 09.30am and 11.30am.

Not sure where to begin? Start here.

Visit our ‘I’m New’ page to get an overview of life at English Martyrs.

Rewatch the latest Homily

“The storms of life threaten our security, our peace and challenge the belief that we can protect ourselves and our loved ones…these storms are an invitation to faith, an attitude of trust.”

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