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Parish Priest

Canon Paul Cummins
The Presbytery
Radway Sidmouth
Devon EX10 8TW

01395 513340

Opening Times

Week commencing

 

Saturday Mass 5:30pm
Sunday Mass 10:30am
Monday no Mass
Tuesday Mass 6pm
Wednesday Mass 10am
Thursday Mass 10am
Friday Mass 10am

WELCOME

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 enter this new year, may the God of hope fill our hearts and lives.


 

LATEST NEWS


 

Lockdown update

Apologies but due to the temporary closure of the parish office, this website will not be updated during lockdown, and neither will the newsletter be uploaded to this site. If you wish to receive the newsletter by email, please just let us know and we'll add you to the mailing list. Many thanks for your understanding. Stay safe x
 

Online donations with Give A Little

We now have the facility for you to make your offering to the church online here on the website. Just click on the blue 'give a little' button at the top of this page to go to the secure and easy site. Thank you in advance for your support.
 

Coronavirus update

The church continues to be open for Mass, but your obligation to attend Mass remains suspended - there is no need for you to attend if you do not feel safe and comfortable doing so. We will continue to stream several of our Masses each week - Wednesdays and Sundays on Zoom (contact the parish office for log in details) and the others on our parish Facebook page.
 

Pastoral Message to the Diocese

Bishop Mark issued a pastoral message to the diocese on 15th November in light of the recent IISCA report. This can be found here and a contact information sheet here.

 

Pope Francis' prayer intention

Artificial Intelligence: we pray that the progress of robotics and artificial intelligence may always serve humankind.
 

PPC meeting - January

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

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