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Parish Priest

Canon Paul Cummins
The Presbytery
Radway Sidmouth
Devon EX10 8TW

01395 513340

Service Times

Week commencing 20/9/2019


Friday 20 Mass 10am
Saturday 21 Vigil Mass 5:30pm
Sunday 22 Mass 10:30am
Monday 23 Mass 10am
Tuesday 24 Mass 6pm
Wednesday 25 Mass 10am
Thursday 26 Mass 9am
Friday 27 Mass 10am


Welcome to the parish website of The Church of The Most Precious Blood‚ Sidmouth within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plymouth. Our parish priest is Canon Paul Cummins and he lives in the presbytery.

Everyone is welcome here, no matter who you are or where you are on your faith journey. If you have lost touch with us for a while we would be delighted to see you again and listen to your story.

As a new term begins and autumn arrives, we look forward to welcoming you to our church, and pray that you find rest and renewal here with us.



Pope Francis' prayer intention for September 2019

The protection of the oceans: that politicians, scientists and economists work together to protect the world’s seas and oceans.


We were delighted to sponsor the Opening Concert again this year, together with our friends in other Sidmouth churches. The pots of prayer bubbles were especially well received by the concert goers, so we hope many bubbles of love are being prayed over family and friends!

We had a lovely sunny afternoon on the seafront on Saturday 3rd doing our usual Holy Busking - a nice big crowd came and joined us for a song or two!

Our Folk Mass on Sunday 4th at 10:30am was full to the rafters with visiting musicians, singers and general folkies!

We were also out by the War Memorial at 9pm on Monday 5th doing a spot of Quiet Busking and offering passers-by the opportunity to light a candle.

Thank you to everyone who supported us and helped be a presence to the visiting folk community during this wonderful week. Blessings on you all.

Pastoral Letter

Bishop Mark's Pastoral Letter for the weekend 20th/21st July can be found here.

PPC meeting - June

The notes of the most recent PPC meeting are available here.

General Data Protection Regulations

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The Plymouth Diocese privacy policy is available here. For more information please contact the Diocesan team at dpm@prcdtr.org.uk