Welcome to the website of the Catholic Church in Guernsey, British Channel Islands.

This site contains information for visitors and members of our community, as well as the weekly newsletter and contact details.

Due to the current lockdown our churches are closed.

All Masses are being streamed live from St Joseph’s and are available at anytime as they are recorded as well.

Please continue generously supporting the work of your parish. We have no other income apart from the generous weekly giving by the parishioners, and our bills still need to be paid. Please donate online, or via standing order, bank transfer or cheque.

Fr Chris, Fr Nishan, Fr Gaston and Deacon Mark are missing you and are keeping you all in prayer.

Live streamed services

Sunday – 8am Mass • 10.30am Mass • 4.30pm Vespers and Benediction
Monday – 7:30am Mass • 6:00pm Mass
Tuesday – 9.30am Mass and Benediction • 6:00pm Mass
Wednesday – 7:30am Mass • 6:00pm Mass
Thursday – 9.30am Mass and Benediction • 6:00pm Mass
Friday – 7:30am Mass • 6:00pm Mass
Saturday – 10am Mass • 6:00pm Vigil Mass

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the most Blessed Sacrament. I love you above all things and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot now receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as if you were already there, and I unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
—St. Alphonsus Liiguori

Service Times

Live streamed Masses

  • SUN - 8am • 10.30am
  • MON - 7:30am • 6:00pm
  • TUE - 9.30am • 6:00pm
  • WED - 7:30am • 6:00pm
  • THU - 9.30am • 6:00pm
  • FRI - 7:30am • 6:00pm
  • SAT - 10am • 6:00pm

Due to the lockdown, all public Masses are cancelled.

Becoming a Catholic

Becoming a Roman Catholic is a very personal decision and involves a lot of time, study and prayer.

If you are in Guernsey, please contact one of the priests for further information and guidance.
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Mass / Confession - Information
Mass / Confession – Information

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The National Novena to St Joseph - Maidenhead
The National Novena to St Joseph – Maidenhead

The National Novena to St Joseph will take place from 10th- 18th March 2021 at St Joseph’s Church in Maidenhead. In this Year dedicated to St. Joseph, the Mill Hill Missionaries are preparing for the Feast of St Joseph, their patron, with a special Novena of Masses and prayers to ask for God’s blessing on […]

Guernsey Welfare
Guernsey Welfare

With our churches closed at the moment we have not been able to contribute to the food bank there as previously. Guernsey Welfare have reported that the demand for food help has increased considerably during this present Lockdown. Please continue your generous hewelp by contributing to the food banks in the supermarkets.

Fairtrade Fortnight - 22nd Feb - 7th March 2021
Fairtrade Fortnight – 22nd Feb – 7th March 2021

The Catholic Church has always supported the Fairtrade Movement. Please look for the Fairtrade logo on goods and opt for buying goods that support communities in developing countries. When we buy Fairtrade we are helping people to self sufficieincy and away from the grasp of huge multinationals whose main aim is profit not the welfare […]

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