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.
Drop in for Flood victims: from the week beginning October 17th, St George’s will host a support session on Tuesdays, at lunchtime, and we will open our parish centre every Thursday, continuing to offer simple food, free wi-fi, a space where children can play, (and plenty of games too) and a chance to talk.
CADAS are offering additional support to those affected by flooding – especially those who still feel deeply upset and distressed. CADAS Flood Recovery Support
Calling everyone interested in going to the Holy Land on Pilgrimage in 2017: this is now definitely going ahead, in May 2017. Please see Bulletin for more information. We will be repeating the Pilgrimage from 2015, which was an outstanding experience for everyone.
An Interfaith Week introduced by Monsignor Slattery,  November 13th – 20th: please download and read: Interfaith Week SLEDP event

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

Mondays @ 9.15am, Tuesdays @ 12.15pm, Wednesdays @ 7pm and Thursdays and Fridays @ 12.15pm

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Bulletin 25th Sept 2016

Bulletin 18th Sept 2016

Bulletin 11th Sept 2016








Latest News

  • Justice and Peace – what does Theresa May mean?

    Roads to justice and peace Our Parish Justice and Peace group would like to draw your attention to this article in the Tablet, which considers Catholic practice in the light of what the new Prime Minister said when she took up office earlier this year

  • Photos after First Communion

    First Communion

    Twenty four children made their First Communion on Trinity Sunday and it was a great celebration. As in previous years, they laid the altar, brought the gifts, read the first and second lessons, the psalm and the bidding prayers, and generally made the whole congregation very happy.