18th to 25th January 2021
Our Church continues to open for weekend Masses during the pandemic
WHO WE ARE
St George and St Teresa Catholic Church, Dorridge, forms part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham and serves the area comprising the villages of Knowle, Dorridge, Bentley Heath, Eastcote, Barston, Chessets Wood and Hockley Heath.
PUBLIC MASS & PRIVATE PRAYER
Vigil Mass Saturday 5.30pm
Sunday Masses 8:45am & 10:30am
Seats are still restricted 34 in the church & 30 in the Parish Centre Hall.
Unfortunately the Church is currently closed midweek for Public Mass and Private Prayer
From Sunday 9th May the 8:45am Mass is being reintroduced
A modern purpose-built centre available for community use
Our Parish Centre offers a large multi-purpose hall with kitchen facilities, also a conference room with tables and comfortable chairs offering flexible layout and toilets (including baby-changing facilities and separate toilet for disabled).
UNFORTUNATELY, due to current COVID-19 regulations the parish centre is closed until further notice (5 Nov 2020)
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN KNOWLE, DORRIDGE & BENTLEY HEATH
Part of Churches Together in England
We meet regularly with fellow members of our Christian community, sharing our faith and social outreach through meetings and acts of worship.
EASTERTIDE SPIRITUAL READING COURSE
Let us Dream Pope Francis
The Spiritual Reading Group will be reading and discussing Pope Francis’s book on his reflections of going forward as a Church from these times of pandemic. How has it changed our lives? And what understanding of our future vocations has it prompted?
We plan to read this short book over two months with meetings every two weeks. The next Zoom meeting will be on Friday 30th April at 4pm, also on Monday 3rd May at 7pm.
Download the resource to help reflective reading on "Let us Dream" by Pope Francis - his post pandemic vision.
If you are unable to order a copy online, please contact Fr Rob and he will order a copy for you.
CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF BIRMINGHAM
Archbishop Bernard Longley
The Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham extends from Stoke in the North to the River Thames in the South.
It includes seven cities and five counties; an area with over five million people.
It serves a Catholic population of approximately 450,000 through a network of 217 parishes and some 240 schools.
There are some 250 Diocesan priests (50 are in retirement) assisted by some 80 Permanent Deacons.
Under Church Law the Parishes are grouped into 18 Deaneries which themselves are grouped into three Areas - each being overseen by an Auxiliary Bishop responsible for the Area.
THE SVP SUPPORTING THE BETHANY FOODBANK
The SVP is a Catholic charitable society whose aim is 'faith in action'. Our parish SVP group do daily deliveries of food & supplies to Food Banks, homeless shelters, as well as to drop in centres for asylum seekers & refugees. Due to the current situation, the main Food Bank that they work with are desperately short of provisions and are struggling to meet demand for the most deprived areas of Birmingham. They need urgent donations of food, cleaning products, toiletries and baby products on a large scale. Donations can be dropped off at local addresses for the SVP team to collect every Thursday.
Click on "UNIVERSALIS" below to see the Liturgy of the Hours and Daily Readings for Mass
Father Robert Taylerson
Fr Paul Dean, Priest in Residence
Deacon Stephen Saum, Parish Deacon
At St George & St Teresa, Dorridge, we are dedicated recognising and to bringing Christ into the lives of all we meet.
LIVESTREAM THE MASS
Watch Mass and some of the Prayers of the Church online from our church
St George & St Teresa Catholic Primary School, Mill Lane, Dorridge
St Peter's Catholic Secondary School, Solihull
Our Catholic Schools are an integral part of our parish and community. Through them our young people have the opportunity to grow in faith, to expand their knowledge, become good citizens and offer the love of Christ to others throughout their lives.