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Until further notice, both St. Mary's Church, Woodbridge Road and The Church of The Holy Family & St. Michael, Kesgrave are closed to public worship.

Where can I find Mass online?
Great news for anyone who is enjoying participating in the Mass via live-streaming. Frs Peter and Alan have set up a little ’studio’ in the sitting room of the presbytery and are now live-streaming daily Mass from Easter Sunday onwards.

The web address for the Mass is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCJ4RA2ocNUgNNombaKiy5A

Press the Subscribe button to add to your list of favourite channels.
The times of the Masses will be as follows:
Each Sunday 10:00 and 11:30 [Including Easter Sunday]
Daily 10:00

Past Masses should be available from the link above, but some may be missing. Follow this link for direct viewing of these Masses:

Wed 15th April 10am
Tues 14th April 10am

We have done as much testing as we think is appropriate and hope that this will work without too many gremlins. Both of us look forward to celebrating Mass with as many people as possible. Let us hope and pray, however, that soon we will all once again be under the same roof and able to share in the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Let us pray for a blessed and holy Easter

There are other churches if other times or technology get in the way.The links to each of these churches can be found on the diocesan website
https://www.rcdea.org.uk/east-anglia-masses-to-be-live-streamed/

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