Welcome to St John Fisher

48, Thanet Road, Bexley, DA5 1AP           Tel: 01322524813             

                  Parish Priest: Fr Doug Bull – email: douglasbull at rcaos.org.uk

Parish email: bexley@rcaos.org.uk                             Website: stjohnfisherbexley.org


  
  
It was good to see so many of you again at Sunday and the weekday Masses after the latest lockdown. Obviously with restrictions over face masks and social distancing in place some parishioners remain reluctant to come to church. Thanks to our team of cleaners and stewards we are confident that St John Fisher is a safe place for us to gather to pray together.

It is now almost a year since we started putting a video recording of our Sunday Mass on the website. That will continue for the foreseeable and can be found via the links on the ‘Newsletter’, ‘Fr Doug’ and ‘Sunday Mass’ pages.
In addition for Lent, we have added a video: “The Way of The Cross” which you can access from this link: https://youtu.be/iQT5KFJxOpY

Fr DOUG
Meanwhile, the office is effectively closed but I am not! So, please feel free to email me at douglasbull@rcaos.org.uk, or to ring me on the parish mobile number, 07394 920 694, or do drop things through the front door.
Please check our site regularly for any updates.
With every blessing.

THE LATEST MESSAGES AND SERMON FROM FR DOUG CAN BE FOUND ON THE “Fr Doug” PAGE.

Missing your Sunday morning coffee and tea in the hall? Why not come and join our “virtual” coffee morning.   Send in your selfies and let’s see how many we can get onto the website.  The address is: contact@stjohnfisherbexley.org.  And just to get you started: To see more click on the “Hall” or “Events” pages.

CHURCHES TOGETHER in Bexley have appealed for help during the coronavirus emergency to assist in keeping Food Banks supplied. They provide help to some of the neediest people in our community. For more information please see the “Appeals” page on this website. There is also information from Bexley Council on help for the housebound and others in need as well as an appeal for volunteers.