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To the website for St. Bede Catholic Church, Chadwell Heath, Essex, we hope that what you access here will point you to Christ our Saviour and Lord.

St Bede Parish is a vibrant, multi-cultural, enthusiastic and diverse Catholic community which seeks to serve God in and through our service of each other and all those with whom we interact. We trust you will find here useful information about our parish, the Catholic way of life and encouragement in your own faith.

Please use the form on the Contacts Page if you would like to leave a comment or seek further information. Thank you for visiting our website which we hope will be of interest and service to you.

The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ

And the love of God

And the fellowship of The Holy Spirit

Be with us all evermore


Prayers Rotas Diary

Mass Times

Saturday 6.00pm (Vigil)

Sunday 9.00am & 11.00am

Weekday 9.00am Lauds from The Divine Office

(Followed by Mass)


Weekly Services

Mass Times

Upcoming Events

Pope Francis Teaches

Pope proposes radical shakeup of the Roman Curia

The Lord has Risen,

as he said.

Alleluia  Alleluia!


The Parish Community

is deeply grateful to all who have assisted in making the Easter Triduum  a wonderful liturgical celebration of The Lord’s Passion, Death & Resurrection.

 We thank our Director of Music and choir; our Altar Servers, readers

and all who have worked in the background throughout the preparation.


Receiving Holy Communion 

There have been some instances of the Consecrated Host being desecrated in our church in recent times and parishioners are encouraged to be vigilant and respectfully challenge unacceptable behaviour.

The appropriate way to receive our Blessed Lord in Holy Communion is to: Bow reverently before receiving the Consecrated Host, Consume the Host before leaving the Priest or assisting Ministers. Never walk away with the Sacred Host in hand or give it to small children or other person.

Holy Communion is administered to communicant Catholics. All others and warmly invited to approach the priest to receive The Church’s Blessing.

Sunday 21st April

Easter Sunday

Sunday 28th April

Divine Mercy Sunday

Sunday 5th May

Third Sunday of Easter

Sunday 12th May

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Other Items

Our Christian Brothers & Sisters

In Parts of the Arab world suffer persecution for the Christian Faith

Please continue to remember them in prayer

Parish Offertory

Sincere thanks for last week’s offerings

Total: £1254.66

Gift Aid: £997.68

Loose Plate: £256.98

Parish News

Pope Francis’  Easter Message

We stand today before the empty tomb of Jesus, and meditate with wonder and gratitude on the great mystery Of the Resurrection of the Lord. Life has conquered death. Mercy and love have conquered sin! There is need of faith and hope to open this new and wonderful horizon. We know that faith and hope are a gift from God and we have to ask: ‘Lord, give me faith, give me hope!

We have so much need!

Rediscover and welcome with particular intensity the comforting announcement of the resurrection: ‘Christ, my hope, is risen!’”, because, if Christ is risen, we can look with new eyes and hearts at every event of our lives, even the most negative. The moments of darkness, of failure, and also of sin can be transformed. When we have reached the base of our misery and our weakness, the risen Christ gives us the strength to lift ourselves up. If we have faith in Him, His grace saves us! The crucified and risen Lord is the full revelation of mercy, present and active in history.

The silent witness to the events of the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus was Mary. She was standing next to the cross: She did not collapse in the face of grief, but her faith made her stronger. In the broken heart of a mother, there was always the flame of hope. We ask her to also help us to accept in fullness the Easter proclamation of resurrection, to embody it concretely in our daily lives.

in the news … 24th April

Bishop Alan prays for peace after Sri Lankan attacks

Earthquakes strike Philippines

On feast of St George, Pope gives Rosaries to young people

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Chadwell Heath



St Bede’s Catholic Church

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Tel: 020 8590 8818

Email: chadwellheath@dioceseofbrentwood.org