Our Lady Immaculate
Roman Catholic Parish, Tolworth
We desire to create and maintain a living Christian community in the parish of Our Lady Immaculate, Tolworth, and offer a warm welcome to all who attend our services and community functions. We hope that parishioners, old and new, will participate fully and joyfully in our spiritual and social life.
Many organisations, groups and individuals contribute to this life and the purpose of this website is to give some information about our Liturgy; about preparation for, and celebration of the Sacraments; to outline the considerable variety of activities pursued by parish groups; and to identify the contacts through whom every parishioner can be welcomed into those parts of our life and work that appeal to them most strongly.
By baptism all of us have the responsibility of placing our gifts and talents at the services of the Church and community.
You are cordially invited to take your part.
Mass & Prayer Times:
The Celebration of Mass takes place daily (see left hand column for Mass times). Things are a little different whilst the virus is around, so please download our guide for attending Mass in OLI
EVERYONE ATTENDING MASS must complete an NHS Track & Trace Card and submit it to a steward on entering the building (cards will be provided at the door of the church for anyone who does not bring one with them). Please download a card in either Microsoft Word or in a PDF Form and bring it completed every time you attend Mass
The Archbishops have re-iterated that for the moment, “the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains suspended” and that as “there is no Sunday obligation, we ask you to consider the possibility of attending Mass on a weekday. This will ease the pressure of numbers for Sunday celebrations and allow a gradual return to the Eucharist for more people.”
Information and resources can be found here for the Lenten Retreat being run by Archbishop John and the diocese. This includes daily reflections, prayers and videos.
Stations of the Cross will be held after the daily morning Mass in church. If you wish to pray the stations in your own time, you will find them listed with prayers and reflections here
Donations for our Lenten Project can be made by placing cash in an envelope and posting that through the presbytery door, or online through our JustGiving Site
Opening times of our church for private prayer:
|Saturday 27th February||9.30am – 10am|
|Sunday 28th February||2pm – 3.30pm|
|Monday 1st March||10am – 11.15am & 5pm – 6pm|
|Tuesday 2nd March||10.15am – 12pm & 4pm – 7pm|
|Wednesday 3rd March||10.30am – 1pm|
|Thursday 4th March||10.30am – 12pm|
|Friday 5th March||10am – 12pm|
|Saturday 6th March||9.30am – 10am|
|Sunday 7th March||2pm – 3.30pm|