The Marshalswick Mass Centre
is a healthy and active community based at St. John Fisher School.
The Marshalswick Mass Centre is at
St John Fisher School
The focus of the Mass Centre is our celebration of Holy Mass each Sunday morning normally at 9 am, as well as on Christmas Day at 9am.
Our community is enriched by our liturgy, and
with some 80+ members of our community contributing to liturgy in one way
or another, our liturgy is extremely participative.
Following Mass every Sunday, coffee and tea are available - all
are welcome. Additionally, we have a lending library with a
wealth of Catholic and other Christian literature available to borrow.
Marshalswick Mass Centre is also a member of Churches
Together in Marshalswick (CTM), which also consists of St Mary’s, St Saviour’s
and St Leonard’s Anglican Churches, Marshalswick Baptist Free Church, Homewood
Road United Reformed Church
The patron saint of our Mass Centre is St John
Fisher who was born in Beverley, Yorkshire, and educated at the
University of Cambridge.
St Albans Abbey
The Abbey is the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain.
It stands over the place where St Alban, Britain's first martyr, was buried
after giving his life for his faith over 1700 years ago - more than 200 years
before St Augustine arrived in Canterbury.
The building's amazing mixture of architectural styles bears witness to
the many centuries of its life, first as a monastic Abbey and now as a Cathedral.
Down all those centuries countless pilgrims have come to honour the saint's
sacrifice and offer their prayers at his shrine - and they still come in their
thousands today. Even the most unobservant person visiting the Cathedral
and Abbey Church of St Alban is bound to realise that it bears the marks
of different centuries. On one level this is the evolution of a great building.
On another, it is the story of heroes and the occasional villain whose vision,
or lack of it, causes us to gasp in wonder today
A Catholic Mass is now celebrated here every
Friday at 12 noon.