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Parish Priest

Canon Paul Cummins
The Presbytery
Radway Sidmouth
Devon EX10 8TW

01395 513340

Service Times

Week commencing 16/8/2018


Thursday Mass 9am
Friday Mass 10am
Saturday Vigil 5:30pm
Sunday Mass 10:30am
Monday Mass 10am
Tuesday Mass 10am
Wednesday Mass 11am Funeral
Thursday Mass 10am Funeral
Friday 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 we journey through the summer of Ordinary time, I pray that you will seek God in the quiet and be overwhelmed by his peace and solace.



FolkWeek 2018

Thank you to all the wonderful musicians and visitors who joined us for our FolkMass on Sunday 5th August. We loved having you here to be part of our family!

Did you see us out busking on the seafront on Saturday or having a candlelit vigil by the war memorial on Monday? #Godlovesfolk


FolkWeek 2018

The Churches in Sidmouth were delighted to be sponsoring the Opening Concert on Saturday 4th at 11:30am.

A great morning of FREE music and entertainment! #Godlovesfolk


Pope Francis' prayer intention for August 2018

For the treasure of families: that any far-reaching decisions of economists and politicians may protect the family as one of the treasures of humanity.

Sea Sunday 2018

The Church prays for all those who live and work at sea, without whom we would not be able to have most of the items in our shops. The Apostleship of the Sea is the church's official maritime welfare agency, which supports seafarers both practically and spiritually. Their work depends on donations so please give generously here and remember seafarers in your prayers.

General Data Protection Regulations

If you have not already done so, please fill in this form and return it to the parish office. Many thanks for your help.

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

PPC meeting - May

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