• St Teresa's Parish

Celebrating Christmas 2020

Fr Gabriel and Fr Lawrence along with the pastoral council wish everyone a happy peaceful Christmas. With a word of thanks to all who volunteer in the parish.

Celebrating Christmas 2020 There isn’t any obligation to attend Mass this Christmas time. If you feel unwell, nervous about mixing with others, or are unsure about coming to the church, please stay at home and view Mass online. Please note there may be changes to the following arrangements if the Stormont Government decide. Keep an eye on the parish website. You are welcome to come to Mass during Christmastime from Christmas Eve Morning (10am) or Christmas Day to the Epiphany of the Lord (6 January 2021). There are 12 days of Christmas and there will be Mass each day. You are welcome to visit the church for personal prayer at the Crib. If you decide to come to Mass you will be invited to keep a social distance and use a face covering. Volunteer stewards and cleaners will do their best for everyone. Once the church has been filled for a Mass, the doors will be closed. Masses in St Teresa’s church will be live steamed. St Teresa’s Church (70 people can attend one Mass), Christmas Eve Morning 10am, Christmas Eve Vigils: 5pm, 6 30pm and 8pm. St Matthias’ Church (58 people can attend one Mass), Christmas Eve Morning 10am Christmas Eve Vigils: 5pm and 6 30pm. Church of the Holy Spirit, (80 people can attend one Mass) Vigils: 5pm and 6 30pm Christmas Morning St Teresa’s Church only, 8am and 10am. St Stephen’s Day, St Teresa’s 10am