Holy Mass Times
The normal routine for Mass in the week is as follows:
10am on Sunday at Bridport
Noon on Tuesday at Bridport
10am on Wednesday at Beaminster
10am on Thursday at Bridport
10am on Friday at Chideock.
9:30am on Saturday at Bridport, with Confession at 9am.
The First Mass of Sunday is on Saturday at 6pm, moving between the 3 churches; Beaminster on the first and third Saturday of the month, Chideock on the second and fourth Saturday of the month, and when there is a fifth Saturday of the month, at Bridport.
HOWEVER THE ROUTINE SOMETIMES HAS TO BE CHANGED, SO PLEASE DO CHECK IN THE NEWSLETTER FOR THE CURRENT WEEK’S TIMETABLE.
Church Addresses and Information
St Mary and St Catherine Church, Victoria Grove, Bridport, DT6 3AD
Accessibility – Assist Dogs, Deaf HoH Loop System and Wheelchair
Parking – Wykes Court Car Park, Rax Lane
St John’s Church, Shotmoor, Beaminster, DT8 3EL
Accessibility – Assist Dogs, Deaf Hard of Hearing Loop System and Wheelchair
Parking – St John’s Church has its own car park
Church of Our Lady, Queen of Martyrs, and St Ignatius, North Road, Chideock, DT6 6LF
Accessibility – Assist Dogs and Wheelchair
Parking – There is a parking area just beyond the entrance
Who’s Who Contacts
Parish Priest – Fr Richard Meyer (T: 01308 424 754).
Parish Secretary – Faith Leborgne (T: 01308 422 594).
Lay Ministers – Mark Brown, Roger Draper, Mike Murless and Alan Wakefield.
Choir Leader – Ruth Jenkins.
Chair of Pastoral Council – Roger Draper.
Social and Development Committee – Mike Murless.
Safeguarding Representatives – Heather McCaughey and Faith Leborgne (T: 01308 422 594).
Fire Safety Officer – Mark Wormleighton.
Health and Safety Officer – Mark Carter.
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