St Joseph's is the Catholic Parish Church for Epsom in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. We are an active welcoming community, offering spiritual and pastoral support for everyone.
6.00pm (Saturday Vigil),
9.30am, 11.30am, 6.00pm,
10.00am - Monday to Saturday
10.30-11.00am and 5.00-5.45pm on Saturday
Weekday mornings between 10.30am and 1.00pm
* Times may vary - please check the parish newsletter for updates.
If you are new to St. Josephs please take the time to complete a registration form, this lets us know a little about our parishioners and enables us to keep in contact with you. You can pick up a form from the Narthex or the parish office.
Registration form now available online.
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Latest Parish Newsletter : 20 Apr 2014
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Previous newsletter can be found in our archive.
Masses at usual times
7.30pm Mass of the Lord's Supper
followed by watching at the altar of repose until 10.30pm
9.00am Office of Readings and Morning Prayer
10.00am Combined Procession of Witness and Act of Worship
in Epsom Town Centre begins from Dulshot Green (near Epsom Clinic) at 9:50am
3.00pm Solumn Celebration of the Lord's Passion & Death
3.00pm Children's Good Friday Liturgy (in the hall)
10.00am Office of Readings and Morning Prayer
8.00pm Easter Vigil Mass
A Celebration of the Lord's Resurrection
8.00am Dawn Mass
9.30am Family Mass
11.30am Parish Mass
7.30pm Brazilian/Portuguese MassPlease note there is NO 6.00pm Mass
In shaping the plans for celebrating the Golden Jubilee, Bishop Kieran has expressed the clear aim that:
By 2015, we the people of the diocese will better understand who we are and what we are called to do, and that, in turn, we will bring about real change in the communities in which we live.
To find out more about the Jubilee and the small groups and see the material
visit the dabnet website.