Welcome to Our Lady of Sorrows
and St Bridget of Sweden




(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
Building maintenance fund appeal
See our donation page to find out more about our efforts
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News feed

Wednesday 27 November at 8.45am – Parish Hall
We would be grateful for volunteers to help collect donations for our numerous tombolas from parents and carers of St Mary’s Catholic Primary School please. This was a wonderful get-together last year, with volunteers bonding over a cuppa and doughnuts whilst ticketing prizes!

We would be grateful for the following:
Children's new toys and games
Chocolate boxes, sweets and bottles
Toiletries and gift sets
International Food
Home-made and shop-bought cakes

RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE NOW from the Presbytery Office
Individual tickets £1.00 each and £5.00 for a booklet of 5

1st Prize Sony PS4 1TB Console + Fifa 20 worth £320
2nd Prize Serenity Family Photo Session worth £250 sponsored by Serenity Film & Photography
3rd Prize Bubbly Lunch for Four at The Royal Oak worth sponsored by The Royal Oak worth
4th Prize Todhunter Luxury Christmas Hamper worth £120
5th Prize Hasbro Family Games Bundle sponsored by Hasbro
6th Prize Afternoon Tea for Two at The Ivy Café, Richmond sponsored by The Ivy Café

We already have a few fabulous donations for our Silent Auction. We are still looking for donations such as gardening services, babysitting, haircuts, beauty treatments, memorabilia, heirlooms and collectibles, holiday homes etc. Please PM if you'd like to donate
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Christmas Meeting on Wednesday 13th Novemberr at 7pm postponed. Details of new date for meeting to follow shortly. Preparations well underway Behind the scenes. Please sign up on the volunteers sheet if you can spare a few hours of your time. Volunteers also needed please for leaflet drops next week - if you can help please PM. Many thanks in advance for your help ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Due to personal family circumstances the meeting tomorrow will be postponed until Wednesday 13th November, Parish Hall at 7.30pm. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Please share with family and friends who may wish to help out at the Christmas Fair on 1 December - the more the merrier!
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Thank you to all who volunteered at our Anything & Everything Sale this weekend. Thank you also to all the stallholders from the local community and surrounding areas who brought an array of wonderful items and products and with whom we've made some great new friendships! Congratulations to the following winners of our Raffle:
1st Prize Champagne, Flutes & Chocs - L Green
2nd Prize Brandy, Glasses & Chocs - J Ona
3rd Prize Prosecco, Glasses & Chocs - L Bale
All prizes have been collected.
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Anything & Everything Sale continues today in the parish hall - come along and grab a bargain! Free Admission. Hot & Cold refreshments available.
Open 9am - 2pm
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2018-2019 attendance card

From the end of July all attendance cards that have been issued can be dropped through the presbytery letter box and a certificate of attendance will be issued according to the amount of stickers collected. Please keep an eye out in the newsletter for when they are ready to be collected. This is all that will be needed for the signing of the Catholic practice certificate (only if applying for catholic schools this year). This certificate of attendance will be issued every year.

More information on Mass Attendance Cards

Monthly 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.