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.

Service Times

St Joseph & St Mary

Cordier Hill, St Peter Port
  • SUN - 8am • 10.30am • 6.30pm
  • MON • WED • FRI - 7:30am
  • TUE • THU - 9.30am

Notre Dame Du Rosaire

Burnt Lane, St Peter Port
  • SAT - 5.30pm
  • WED - 12.05pm

Our Lady Star of the Sea

Rue Des Monts, Delancey Hill, St Sampson's
  • SAT - 6pm
  • SUN - 9.30am
  • MON - 12 noon

a warm welcome for all families & visitors

The Link

Our weekly newsletter, The Link, is avaliable to download.

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Becoming a Catholic

Becoming a Roman Catholic is a very personal decision and involves a lot of time, study and prayer. You may find these websites useful in this personal and spiritual decision:

If you are in Guernsey, please contact one of the priests for further information and guidance.

What’s on this week

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Latest news

Youth Group
Youth Group

SPARK Thur 18th July – Faith, friendship + Fun Years 5-7 / Thursdays 6:30pm-8:00pm / St Joseph’s / £1 Beach BBQ at Ladies Bay (Les Amarreurs end) This is our last session for this term. Parents and siblings are welcome to join us for this session.

Schools - Summer Break
Schools – Summer Break

As the last of our schools break up this coming week for the summer holidays, we wish all teachers, staff, pupils and parents a very happy and restful holiday. If you are having a holiday off Island do try to leave a space for the Lord and join the local community where you are for […]

Thank You - Canon Michael
Thank You – Canon Michael

I want to say a big thank you to the Parish for my farewell party in Blanchelande. For me it was a most wonderful farewell, I could not have wished for such a happy occasion. I’m delighted with the present of the electric bike and the garden seat that the children of the school gave […]

Environmental Action Laudato si
Environmental Action Laudato si

Pope Francis’ encyclical ‘Laudato si’ is named after the opening words – ‘Praise be’  – of St Francis’ beautiful song which describes our world like a beautiful mother who sustains and governs us – a mother now crying out because of the harm we have inflicted on her. The Pope addressed it to’ all people […]

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Please would you pick up a ‘Guidance Note’ from the Church sacristy in each church in relation to the purification of your Pyx after having distributed the Blessed Sacrament to the sick and housebound. Thank you.