The Parish Office
The parish office is usually open from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 1pm and is located at the front of the presbytery.
The parish secretary is Linda Portwain
The Parish Hall
We have a wonderful parish hall which is located at the left side of the car park.
It is primarily for the use of the parish but when not required can be hire at reasonable rates all year round.
We offer a large attractive hall with a proper stage and changing rooms, a bar/lounge, kitchen facilities and a committee room.
The minimum hire for part or all of the building is for a 2 hour period.
The bar and lounge
The bar is run on behalf of the parish by a small group of parish volunteers, many of whom have many years experience behind the bar.
The bar is an integral part of the hall complex and can be hired by parishioners and non-parishioners separately or in conjunction with any event.
We offer a wide range of drinks, both soft and alcoholic and cater for any specific requirements that the hirer may want.
The Lounge, which seats up to 60, can be hired separately from the hall and bar and is frequently used for meetings and receptions.
All the information you should need about Sacred Heart…..
The Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary is a thriving parish community in Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. Whether you are new or well settled in this part of the Diocese, ‘Welcome’. We look forward to meeting and celebrating the word of the Lord with you at Mass or at one of our many parish events.
Booking our hall:
(Please phone between the hours of 9am to 11am and 3pm to 5pm Monday to Friday)
See our section all about our hall here
PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL
As of September 2018, Gloucester NHS no longer employ a catholic chaplain, so if you are Catholic and have been admitted to Cheltenham or Gloucester hospital, and require a chaplain please ask the nursing staff to contact the
CHAPLAINCY OFFICE at the hospital and request a visit from a catholic priest
(or ring 03004 222 222 and ask for the Catholic Chaplain). Thank you.
ANY and ALL requests for visits must go through the Chaplaincy office at the hospital (and not to your parish priest)