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Our Sister church, St John's, Wallingford

Our Local Community

Our wider Catholic Community' in the Thames Isis Pastoral Area,

Portsmouth Diocese

Mass Times

Sunday & Weekday Masses at English Martyrs and other churches in the area

Key Contacts

Fr Phillip Pennington Harris
01235 812338

Parish Secretary:

Mrs Joanna Robins

15 Manor Crescent,    Didcot, Oxfordshire. OX11 7AJ

Tel: 01235 812338

Hospital Chaplains
Advice about going into hospital



Our Community

Coffee after mass - a happy community gathering
Coffee after mass - a happy community gathering

The Parish of English Martyrs, Didcot, is a vibrant community with a thriving programme of social activities, spiritual support and care services, and a diverse range of active church groups, all run by a team of enthusiastic and passionate volunteers. From music and youth groups, to hospital visits and sacraments for the sick, we work hard to enjoy and maintain the life of our community.

Explore this area of the website for access to parish notice boards, download the latest parish newsletter, look up key church contacts, and find out about forthcoming events and other parish diary activities.

If you are new to the area or are thinking about returning to the church, click here to find out how to join the parish and for more information about our welcome group.

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Community Notices


Willkommen! Vítejte! Bienvenido! Bienvenue! Dobrodošli! Benvenuti! üdvözöljük! Welkom! Witamy Serdecznie! Bom Dia!

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We are always looking for volunteers to act as ‘welcomers’ before Mass. This simply entails greeting people as they enter the church, and handing out hymn-books. If you think you could help, please contact Camilla King via the parish office.