NO MASS ON WEDNESDAY 22nd.

COMING SOON: MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING SEPTEMBER 24 & AUTUMN FAYRE OCTOBER 3 – DETAILS BELOW

WELCOME TO ST. COLUMBA'S
CATHOLIC CHURCH, SELSDON

We are an active and vibrant parish with many groups that we hope you will find attractive and interesting.

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A WARM WELCOME TO ST COLUMBA'S

Welcome to the website of our parish – St Columba’s in Selsdon, Croydon. I hope you find this website informative and engaging and an incentive, after the coronavirus epidemic has ended, to visit our church.

St Columba’s is fully open – come and celebrate daily Mass. Check the latest newsletter (see below) for all service times. But note that there is no Mass  this Wednesday (the 22nd). On Tuesday the 21st and Thursday the 23rd, there will be a Eucharistic service instead of Mass.

Don’t forget to complete a track’n’trace form (see below) every time you come to church and bring it with you. Or email selsdon@rcaos.org.uk giving your name, contact details and the date and time.

All Masses are live-streamed on YouTube: click on the link here:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYVyZ2Xpfs0NiuU3bxAjsCQ/live

For the latest news of events and happenings the parish and elsewhere see the newsletter, which is regularly updated. (Click on News & Events above, then click on Newsletter.)

Please Contact us if you have any questions or concerns or need any help. Once we get back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic, you will be made very welcome if you visit: please make yourself known to me or Deacon Philip at Mass.

Father Roy Tablizo
ST. COLUMBA'S PRESBYTERY
37, QUEENHILL ROAD
SELSDON, SOUTH CROYDON
SURREY CR2 8DW
Telephone:
020 8657 3747

Mass times:

Sunday: 6.30pm Saturday (vigil Mass), 8am, 10am & 6.30pm.
Weekdays: 10am (except Wednesday 22nd, no Mass; and Tuesday 21st & Thursday 23rd, both Eucharistic services).
2nd Sunday of the month: Filipino Mass at 12.30pm
Holy Days of Obligation: 10am & 7.30pm

Sacrament of the Sick/Anointing:

Contact Fr Roy



Confession:

Contact Fr Roy

Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God'.