Parish Blog

Welcome to our parish blog


Welcome to our website and blog.
During this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, let's keep in touch and up-to-date with current advice and information on how to keep well ourselves and look after those in isolation and in need of help.
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I have learned

I’ve learned how to zoom, and to Skype and to share

Sunday worship on line, even though I’m not there.

So viewed as a whole, it’s not been too bad,

Though if you’ve lost friends it is terribly sad.


I know with God’s help this will come to an end,

We’ll be reunited with family and friend,

And when that time comes, please share in my prayer

That the hardship we’ve known will have taught us to care.


That we’ll find a new way to be loving and giving

As we mourn for the lost, but rejoice with the living.

As we treat these strange months as a gain, not a loss

And leave all our pain at the foot of the cross.

* Contributor: Robert 

Would it help to have a Listening Ear?

Would it help to have a Listening Ear?

If you need someone to talk to, for whatever reason, we have Listeners ready to help. 919232 

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Younger parishioners getting into the Easter spirit!!

Younger parishioners getting into the Easter spirit!!



  • We have been advised that over the weekend the Government opened up a number of hostels in London. These are now the only places where the homeless will be able to obtain free meals.

As a result, the London Run will no longer take place but they will focus all their efforts on feeding 75 homeless people in hostels in Slough, every day of the week.

They will provide three meals a day and as a result they are now appealing for the following non-perishable goods:

  • Cereals.
  • Rice.
  • Pasta, especially spaghetti.
  • Tinned Tomatoes.
  • Tinned Soups.
  • Tinned Meat,
  • Tinned Tuna,


together with soft fresh fruit such as bananas, oranges, satsumas, grapes etc.

Please leave donations in the Box, labelled London Run in the Parish Centre Porch between 10 am and 4 pm on Sunday, or first thing on Monday morning.

Many thanks to all who have been supporting them, please continue to support them in their new initiative. 

Catholic Papers

Dear fellow Catholic,

In these difficult times it is vital that we all keep in touch with each other, and with our Catholic faith. If you are unable to get to Church, or your parish is closed, you can still get your favourite Catholic paper.


We will deliver direct to your home for the next 12 weeks for just £18, including postage.

Don't miss out on the latest Catholic news and features – we are with you on your journey! 


JOSEPH KELLY, Editor, The Catholic Universe



This Week's Mini Musical Performance

This week's mini musical performance to entertain us (and neighbours!) by Seamus and Niamh, young St Teresa's parishioners.  Please click on the link below to watch and enjoy: