Please note that all public Masses are suspended until further notice because of the pandemic. The information below refers to our normal services which we hope will resume soon. Until then, you can participate in the Masses celebrated in Borehamwood via live streaming.

Sunday Masses

  • Saturday Vigil Mass: 18.00
  • Sunday: 08.30 & 10.30

Weekday Masses

  • Monday: No Mass
  • Tuesday: Healing Mass 18.00
  • Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 09.15

Other Services

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

  • Saturday: 17.00-17.45
  • Tuesday:18.30-19.00

Sacrament of Reconciliation

  • Saturday: 17.30
  • Tuesday: 18.30-19.00

Children’s Liturgy of the Word

On most Saturdays at the 6.00 pm Mass, we invite our young children to hear and reflect on the Scriptures at a level they can understand. After the initial prayers, the celebrant invites pre-First Holy Communion children to gather at the foot of the altar. He blesses them and sends them from the church with their leaders.

During Children’s Liturgy of the Word, all elements of the Mass are included: the Gospel reading, the psalm, a reflection, the Creed, and an intercessory prayer. When children are older and remain in church, the action will be familiar.

Parents are welcome to accompany children who may not be comfortable coming alone at first. Leaders read the Scriptures, lead prayers, and engage with the children in a reflection.

Volunteers of all ages, from teens to mature adults, are welcome to join the Children’s Liturgy Team.

Holy Days of Obligation

The Holy Days in England and Wales are:

  • Epiphany of the Lord (6 January*)
  • Ascension of the Lord (Thursday after 6th Sunday of Easter: i.e., 21 May 2020 | 13 May 2021 | 26 May 2022)
  • St Peter and St Paul (29 June*)
  • Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (15 August*)
  • All Saints (1 November*)
  • Christmas Day (25 December)

* According to a decision of the Bishops’ Conference (1984) Holy Days which fall on Saturday or Monday are transferred to the Sunday.