Welcome to the parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
COVID-19 continues to affect our lives and the way we are permitted to gather.
To ensure we remain a Covid safe environment please play your part and remember to follow the guidance
The Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary is a thriving parish community in Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. We look forward to meeting and celebrating the word of the Lord with you at Mass or at one of our many parish events.
Here at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Charlton Kings we strive to be a family-friendly community, where sincere affection, patience, tolerance and mutual respect be freely given to all.
Sacred Hearts parish is always welcoming new people and encouraging them to get involved in one of the many ministries within the parish – as a community we are called to accept the invitation to come to faith in Jesus, to love and serve one another
Please download the parish census form, complete it and return it to the parish office.
Information provided on this form, together with all other personal data held by the Parish and the Clifton Diocese, is processed in accordance with the Diocese’s Privacy Notice; which is available at https://cliftondiocese.com/privacy-notice
or from the Parish Office.
Maintaining things as they are does not transform and change people’s lives – getting involved in parish life will help to do that!
Streamed masses during the week
Daily (except Wednesday)
You can watch mass live at the scheduled times throughout the week. The mass recording will then be uploaded and available throughout the week
Track, Trace and Test information - supporting the NHS
Due to the need to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to remain safe the squash courts and hall will remain closed for external users and squash members.
With the easing of lockdown restrictions and the Stay at Home requirements over the next few months, the decision to keep the hall and squash courts closed until September 2021 [at the earliest] has been taken.
During the summer month the financial implications and viability of re-opening the hall and squash courts will be evaluated, if any Covid-19 social distancing measures, stewarding requirements, cleaning protocols and procedures are required to still be in place.
During this period an assessment of which days the hall will be hired out in the future, will also be undertaken.
The advice remains the same – that we should keep apart at least 2metre where possible, where this is not possible we have 1metre+ protocols in place which requires the wearing of masks which includes, when you come to the presbytery or parish office.
The parish office will ONLY be open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10am until 12 noon, each week.