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St. Mary's Church, Woodbridge Road and The Church of The Holy Family & St. Michael, Kesgrave will be open once more for the celebration of Mass from Saturday 4th July. Mass times at each church are as follows

Mass at St. Mary's Church

Sunday 9am, 10.30am and 6pm

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.15am

Friday 5.30pm

Saturday 9.30am

Mass at The Church of the Holy Family and St. Michael

Sunday 9.15am

Wednesday and Friday 10 am

Saturday 6pm (Vigil Mass)

Can I still access Mass online?
Because there is no Internet access available in our Churches, live streaming of Mass from the church is not possible. We are looking at how this can be fixed in the future.

From this weekend Mass will be live streamed at 5.00pm on Saturday evening (Sunday’s Liturgy).

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.

Past Masses should be available from the link above 24 hours after, but some may be missing.

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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