Would you like to help preserve St Agnes’ for future generations?


Why not join The Friends of St Agnes’ Church?  The Friends exists to help preserve the fabric of the building and engage in the mission of the church to the community. Membership can be paid for life, or annually, and we accept Standing Orders for monthly annual subscriptions.


Send a message to the Secretary of the Friends of St Agnes’

St Agnes’ Church was founded in 1910, and celebrated its centenary year in 2010.

You can read about the church’s history here.


The church is open during the hours of daylight each day, and you can call in to sit in the peace of this holy place, pray, light a candle or leave prayer requests for us to offer to God on your behalf when you have gone.

In summer the church is usually open from 9am to 5.30pm and in winter from 9am to 3.30pm

Times of services


Sunday Mass is at 9.15am


We occasionally have Benefice services on a Sunday morning, so it is always worth checking the time of this Sunday’s Mass by looking at this month’s calendar link on the Home Page.


Weekday masses  are on Mondays at 6.30pm (but 10am on Bank Holidays)

and Thursdays at 10am


Holy Days  

check the time by looking at this month’s calendar link on the Home Page.





Streetwise is our weekly children’s club.


It meets on Thursdays

in term time from 6pm to 7pm and is for children

in school years 3 to 6.


Click here to  find out more.


Circle is our fellowship group that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Circle  also organises a  Keep Fit group on Mondays that is targetted at the more mature person.


Click here to find out more.

Rosary Group

A rosary group meets at St Agnes’ on the last Monday of every month after the 6.30pm Mass (except Bank Holidays). Anyone who is interested in learning about this type of meditative prayer is welcome to come along.

Prayer Group

There is a prayer group meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at St Agnes’ at 7pm

During this time prayers are offered in a variety of ways, and for a multitude of intentions. Everyone is welcome to come and see what it’s like.


Walsingham Cell

On the first Tuesday of every month a group of people who are closely associated with the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham meet for Evening Prayer and Benediction at St Agnes’ at 7.00pm. The service is open to everyone, and you do not have to be a pilgrim to come along. You are welcome.


To learn more about the work of the

The Shrine click here




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