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"Seven whole days, not one in seven, I will praise thee."

Mass, the eucharist, holy communion, the Lord's supper: it is known by many names and we celebrate it here every day. We invite you to join us for a service that suits you.

Regular times are listed here. Changes will appear on our Event Calendar.

Sunday Masses

8:00 am  a said service: quiet, reflective and intimate (about forty minutes)

9:30 am  a contemporary, modern language service: adults and children participate in reading, leading prayer, singing and playing Orff musical instruments; a Sunday school program is offered (about one hour)

11:00 am  a solemn, high, traditional language service: rich ceremonial and a sense of mystery and awe; music includes plainchant, Gregorian chant and choral music from the middle ages to the contemporary; a Sunday school program is offered (about one hour and fifteen minutes)

Weekday Masses

Mondays

6.00 pm  The first day of the work week can be stressful. Stop by on the way home for a half hour of quiet time with God.

Tuesdays

7.15 am  Start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, and still be in time for work.

Wednesdays

10.00 am  Come to our half hour mid-morning service. If you have time to stay afterwards, join us for coffee and conversation. You are also most welcome to participate in the discussion group which follows at 11:00 (one hour).

Thursdays

7.15 am  Start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, and still be in time for work.

10.00 am  La Messa – mass in Italian. Mass is said in Portuguese on the last Thursday of the month.

Fridays

6.00 pm  Thank God; it's Friday, and the end of a busy work week. Ease gently into the weekend with a quiet half hour service before you head for home.

Saturdays

10.00 am  You can sleep a little later and still start the morning with a quiet, half hour service, followed by a convivial breakfast with shared preparation and clean-up, before you get on with your weekend plans.

Other Masses (as announced on the Event Calendar) Special feast days are celebrated several times a year, with procession, choral music, chant, and hymn-singing, sometimes on a weekday evening followed by a potluck supper and sometimes on Saturday morning.