Welcome to the parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary

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, 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

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.

WELCOME TO THE PARISH

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.

New to the parish (Form)

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!

IN AN EMERGENCY

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

(or ring 03004 222 222 and ask for the on-call Catholic Chaplain).

ANY and ALL requests for visits within the hospital must go through the Chaplaincy office at the hospital 
(and not directly to your parish priest)

 

If you need a priest, other than for the hospital, and you can’t contact the parish priest at Sacred Hearts please contact the Cheltenham Dean at St Gregory the Great, 10 St James Square, Cheltenham, GL50 3PR, on 01242 523737

Parish life

Parish Hall

A large hall with a stage, lounge/bar, committee room and kitchen

Clifton Youth Ministry

Opportunities to further Your involvement in the Catholic Church

Our Film Society

Charlton Kings Film Society is delighted to introduce its 4th season.

Readings for Today

Find out all our Mass times and read our latest Newsletter

Squash and Racket Ball Club

the valuable benefits of membership, which is open to the public.

Safeguarding

Being loved and being kept safe go to the very core of the Church’s Ministry 

Mass Times

Sunday 19th January – Second Sunday in Ordinary Time                                       
5.30 pm (Sat.)
8.15 am
10.30 am
4.15 pm
6.30 pm
James Mackey, RIP
People of the Parish
Edna Prosser, RIP
Mass in Polish
Christian Unity Service at Charlton Kings Baptist Church
Monday 20th January – Weekday in Ordinary Time
6.30 pm Margaret Richards (recovery to full health)
Tuesday 21st  January – Memorial of Saint Agnes
  NO MASS
Wednesday 22nd January – Weekday in Ordinary Time
  NO MASS
Thursday 23rd January –  Weekday in Ordinary Time                                                  
  NO MASS
Friday 24th January – Memorial of Saint Francis de Sales
  NO MASS
Saturday 25th January – Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul
5.30 pm (Vigil) NO MORNING MASS OR CONFESSIONS
Di Paola Family, RIP
Sunday 26th January – Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8.15 am
10.30 am
4.15 pm
People of the Parish
Michael Valentine, RIP
Mass in Polish


Nazareth House usually has daily Mass at 10.00 am

(Please check with reception for any changes:  01242 393867)

 

CHURCHES & CHAPELS IN CHELTENHAM

Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, 
Moorend Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, GL53 9AU

Nazareth House
London Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham GL52 6YJ

(10am DAILY mass at Nazareth House)

St Gregory the Great, 
10 St James Square, Cheltenham, GL50 3PR

St Thomas More,
Princess Elizabeth Way, Cheltenham, GL51 7RA

For mass times at the other churches in Cheltenham please visit their website: St Gregory the Great or St Thomas More