A Warm Welcome to the Catholic Church in Kendal

We hope you enjoy exploring this website, seeing something of what we do.
We would be delighted if you came to join us in person.
Flood drop-ins: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3.45-6.30pm in the Parish Centre. Hot food, free wifi, a chance to talk. A great deal of information for those who have been flooded, and those who want to help, is sent out several times every week. The new tab on our Home page contains lots of this information, and links to useful websites.

Copies of the Lent programme for House Groups are available at the back of church. We are sharing these with Churches Together in Kendal, following the same course of reading and reflection.

Sign up for A Day of Recollection at Hyning on Saturday February 27th. Members of House Groups and those who went on the Parish Pilgrimage to the Holy Land would find this another chance to be together – although of course everyone is welcome.


Sunday Mass Times

Vigil Mass – Saturday @ 6:00 PM, Sunday Masses – 10:00 AM & 6:00 PM,
Sunday Mass in Sedbergh @ 12:00 Noon.
Confessions are every Saturday from 5:10 PM to 5:40 PM

Weekday Mass Times (for variations, please see Bulletin)

There are two services on Ash Wednesday: at 12.15pm and 7pm
Mondays @ 9.15am, Tuesdays @ 12.15pm, Wednesdays @ 7pm and Thursdays and Fridays @ 12.15pm

Parish Bulletin – hurray, we’re now back online and can provide this weekly!

Download here
Bulletin 7th February 2016
Bulletin 31st January 2016
Bulletin 17th January 2016

Latest News

  • Kendal Parish Church

    Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

    Last week Christians from around Kendal met every day to pray together in different churches, and on Sunday Deacon Bernard preached at the Parish Church in Kendal. He says, “I was so moved on Sunday by the sincerity and spirit of Prayer in the parish church. They taught me a

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    New project for the Overseas Aid Group

    Over the past couple of years the OAG has sponsored the Makalanga Primary School in Malawi.  We donated enough funds to build a kitchen to feed the school children during the school day.  The success of this project has meant that the school has grown and almost doubled its number