Everyone is welcome
A city centre church for all
St Francis Xavier's will be open to celebrate Holy Mass together again from Wednesday 2nd December with Mass at 10:15am
Weekend Masses will return as normal from Saturday 4th December.
Saturday 6pm Vigil, Sunday 8am and 10am
Live streaming of the 10am Mass will continue.
A face mask and social distancing rules must still be followed.
Live streaming of Mass from SFX will continue on Sundays.
Keep in touch with us in on Twitter @SfxHereford and
A PRAYER FOR EVERYONE AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME
God of healing and of hope , in Jesus you meet us in our places of pain and fear.
Look with mercy on those who have contracted the new virus, on any who are vulnerable, and on all who feel in danger.
Through this time of global concern, by your Holy Spirit bring out that which is best in us, not what is worst.
Make us more aware of our interdependence on each other, and of the strength that comes from being one body in you.
Through Christ our wounded healer.
(Dr. Sam Wells of St. Martin in the Field)
Please join us online for live Mass on Sunday at 10am.
St Francis Xavier's Live
The Homelessness Forum- all are now temporarily housed under a Government scheme.
There is no Winter Shelter @ St Peters. Anyone 'new' should themselves contact Hereford Council in Bath St. or ring 260000 or 261600 (call centre) who will then be called back with instructions & help.
Vennture (Project Brave) are also participating.
Churches Together in Hereford- are organising –“Advent prayers in the Hereford Times” – keep an eye out for that.
Doorstep Carols on Wed.16th Dec, www.doorstepcarols.co.uk is a National sing along for everyone.
A “Book of Covid 19”- to be published in the New Year - your personal experiences / how has God been working in your life? You can email Elliot, email@example.com with your contribution.