Useful Links and Information
- Parish Diary - schedule of meetings for Parish groups and regular Parish activities throughout the year
- Music Recitals
- Eucharistic Ministers 2020 Quarter 1 (PDF document)
- Readers 2020 Quarter 1 (PDF document)
- Eucharistic Ministers and Readers at Rowton 2020 Quarter 1 (PDF document)
Neighbouring Parishes: Sunday Mass Times
- St Francis of Assisi, Chester City Centre (01244) 351331: Saturday: 6:30pm - Vigil Mass; Sunday: 8:00, 09:45 am - Family Mass, including Children's Liturgy, 12 noon - Polish Family Mass, 4:30 pm - Polish Mass. Weekday Mass: 12 noon
- St Theresa, Blacon (01244) 371660: Sunday: 10.00am
- St Clare, Lache (01244) 671015: Saturday: 6:00 pm; Sunday: 9:30 am, 11.15 am (Latin Mass)
- St Columba, Plas Newton (01244) 400873: Saturday Vigil: 6:30 pm; Sunday: 11:00 am
How to Contact Us
- Postal address: The Parish Priest, Grosvenor Park Road, Chester CH1 1QJ
- Telephone: 01244 350236
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Photograph of St Peter's Basilica on page The Universal Church © 2004 Andreas Tille, and used in accordance with the GNU Free Documentation License.
- Photograph of candles on page Arranging a Funeral © 2011 Andrew Smithson, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.
- Photograph of St Werburgh's Church from the rear on page Shrewsbury Diocese © Genuki, and licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
- Photograph of University of Chester chapel on page University © 2008 A Holmes, and licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
- Photograph of the Consecration on page The Mass © Patnac, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
- Other banner photographs courtesy of Paul Shaw, Ray Harper, Lucy Broughton, Chris Proudfoot, Lalini Cook. We are very grateful for permission to use these images.
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