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and St Bridget of Sweden

Coronavirus (COVID-19) notices

Parish notices: Breaking News – Return to Communal Worship

From 2 December 2020, we return to Mass and celebrate the Sacraments again. This means that we can enter more fully into the hope of Advent and the joy of Christmas.

We, therefore, open our Church for Masses. Please see the photo here for our Church opening hours for Masses. Our parish has put some guidance to ensure all of us can pray in a safe environment.

Thank you for all of you who have been paying your weekly collection via standing order or who have used the virginmoney giving website during this challenging time. We understand that this is a difficult time – both emotionally and financially – so please donate only if you can afford to do so. Please visit this link if you are able to make your weekly planned giving:https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fund/stbridgetsisleworthgiving or click here if you would like to donate for our Hall ProjectBuilding Maintenance Fundraiser

Your generous donations are vital in keeping the church going during this difficult period. THANK YOU.

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(Saturday vigil: 6pm),
8am, 10am, 12pm


Mon: 7pm
Tue, Wed & Thu: 9am
Fri: 7pm (1st Friday: Holy Hour at 6pm followed by Mass at 7pm)
Sat: 10am, followed by adoration until 11am


9am, 7pm


Saturday: 10.30-11am & 5-5.30pm


I write with the sad news of the death this evening, 22 December, of Fr David Palmer at Adfield house. Sympathy is extended to Fr Davids’s family and friends, and to the clergy and parishioners of this parish and his former parishes in the Diocese.May he rest in peace! Fr Nico ... See MoreSee Less
Christmas Schedules 2020 ... See MoreSee Less

Nov 14th, 2020

COVID-FOODBANK DONATIONS St Bridget’s once again, is working collaboratively with All Souls Foodbank to meet the needs of the vulnerable within our community and we are asking you please to consider donating any of the following:1. Cereal 2. Tinned Fruit3. Rice4. Tinned Custard5. Shampoo6. UHT (Long-Life) Milk7. Pasta Sauce8. Dried Pasta9. Tea and Coffee10. Pet Food11. Dried Fruit12. Tissue Boxes13. Bag of Sugar14. Shower Gel15. Tinned Meat/Fish16. Washing-up Liquid17. Peanut Butter18. Deodorant19. Biscuits20. Soup Tins21. Soap22. Chocolate23. Toilet Rolls 24. Lentils, Beans and other Pulses25. Tinned Vegetables26. Nappies27. Baby Wipes28. Tinned Pudding29. Clothes Detergent30. Cooking Oil31. Sanitary Products32. Toothpaste33. Preserves(Jams, Marmalade, honey etc)All donations can be left in the church porch in the collection box marked ‘Foodbank Donations’ during the new opening days and hours:Mondays and Wednesdays 10am – 12pmFridays 5.30pm – 7.30pmSaturdays 10.30am – 12.30pmSundays 8am – 12.30pmThank you all in advance for your kind and generous support.Acts435 Charity supporting People in Financial Need – do you or a loved one Need Help?Acts435 provides support to those in need, struggling to pay utility bills, meet the cost of school uniform, white goods - the list is not exhaustive and all applications are considered. To make an anonymous application through St Bridget’s appointed advocate for financial support through the charity, please contact Fr Nico or Fr Kieran. Further information about the charity and the amazing support it provides can be found at www.acts435.org.uk. ... See MoreSee Less
From Thursday 05/11/20 to 02/12/20. 🙏🙏🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

Maintenance Fund Appeal- Notice from the Finance Committee

Please see our appeal page for information about raising funds to help make improvements to the building and its surroundings.

Building Fund Appeal page


Our Lady of Sorrows and St Bridget of Sweden

Our parish

We are a Roman Catholic church based in Isleworth. Isleworth has been a settlement since Saxon times. In the Middle Ages, it was the site of a magnificent Abbey of the Bridgettine Order. After the Reformation, Shrewsbury House was the location for one of the earliest Catholic missions in the south of England.


We believe that the Church is the main channel through which the knowledge and the love of God are made known and accessible to all people. Sacraments are an integral part of the life of every Catholic.