The Roman Catholic Churches of
Sacred Heart Goudhurst
St Barnabas Hawkhurst
Father Vic McClean
The Presbytery, Beresford Road, Goudhurst, Kent, TN17 1DN
Welcome to our website. Our parish is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark, and serves a widespread rural community in the Weald of Kent and neighbouring parts of East Sussex. We have strong relationships with other Christian communities in our area. If you are visiting this beautiful area we hope you will join us for Mass at one of our churches.
Saturday 17th November at Goudhurst Village Hall - 9:30am to 12:00pm.
Home Made Cakes & Produce, Bric-A-Brac, Pictures & Prints, Charity Christmas Cards, Toys & Games,
Books & Music, Raffle & Tombola, Coffee & Cakes
|Starting Weds 31st Oct 7:30pm at Goudhurst Sacred Heart parish
church! A relaxed 5 week course on the life of Mary past &
Well-known experts & down-to-earth testimonies about how the example and prayer of Mary can help us grow in our everyday faith. The perfect way to prepare your heart for Advent!
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
December Goudhurst Churches Together
December Hawkhurst Churches Together
Thursday 6th December
Images of Advent (Goudhurst
Wednesday 19th December Service of Reconciliation 6.30 to 7.30pm
Christmas Eve Monday 24th December Mass.
Christmas Day Tuesday 25th December
No weekday masses from Wednesday 26th December to Friday 28th December
Masses on Saturday 29th December & Sunday 30th December at all the usual times
just added a new link - to the excellent Goudhurst
and Kilndown Anglican Churches website
Liturgy takes place
at the 10.
We welcome as helpers all parents, grandparents or other members of the parish. Speak to Fr Vic or contact Elizabeth Watcham - see newsletter.
|Don't forget the Food Bank collection point at the Sacred Heart Church, Goudhurst! Food is distributed by St Augustine's, Tunbridge Wells, to those recommended by local GPs and Social Services. Suggested non-perishable items for donation: tinned food either savoury or sweet, pasta, packets, soups, jams, cereal, long life milk, squash. If you got one free, why not donate it??|