Welcome to the website of Eastbourne Catholic Churches.

Here you can find information about the following churches in Eastbourne:

  • Our Lady of Ransom
  • St Agnes
  • St Gregory


Celebration of Mass
The regular Mass times are listed below – please see Newsletter for any changes to the schedule this week.
Live Streaming of Masses – One Mass per day live streamed (on Sunday we will live stream the 9.15am Mass). Live-streaming is offered as a service to our brothers and sisters who are sick, housebound, or for any other reason are unable to physically be with us. Click the YouTube button below to watch live at mass time, or at any time to watch previous masses:

Our Lady of Ransom church:

Day Morning Evening
Saturday 10:00am 6:00pm
Sunday 9:15am
& 11:30am
Monday 11:00am
Wednesday 11:00am
Thursday 11:00am
Friday 6:30am Rorate mass
(Extraordinary Form)

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Fridays from 11.30am – 6:00pm
Our Lady of Ransom open for prayer 8am to 6pm daily


St Gregory’s church:

Day Morning Evening
Sunday 9:30am

The Rosary is said at St Gregory’s church on Tuesdays at 10:30am


St Agnes church:

Day Morning Evening
Sunday 11:15am

Permission to stream the copyright music in the liturgy obtained from OneLicense (Licence A-633390)

You can view the readings for the masses at https://universalis.com/mass.htm
A copy of the Mass Responses sheet is available here: Mass Responses Sheet


Advent Devotions
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: every Friday 11.30am – 6pm

Rorate Masses: candlelit Mass every Friday of Advent at 6.30am (OLR) followed by breakfast in the Hall.

Advent Taize Service: on Thursday 16th in St Gregory’s church at 7pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation: on Saturday 18th all 3 priests will be available for Reconciliation in OLR from 11am – 12pm and 5 – 5.45pm

“Walk With Me”: please help yourself to a copy of the “Walk with Me” Daily Advent Devotions book in the porch (one per family) and Advent Calendars for children

Repository Sale: the first 2 Sundays of Advent religious cards and items on sale in the OLR porch from 9-11.30am

In place of the Giving Tree… Cafod Gifts: a great way to support those in poorer countries: https://worldgifts.cafod.org.uk
Foodbank Special Collection: on Sunday 12th December please bring along to Mass any Festive donations of non-perishable food and toiletry gifts for the Foodbank.


Coronavirus Guidelines

Social Distancing: Recommended, not required. Sit wherever you feel comfortable and take a “PLEASE SAVE THIS SPACE” card for the seat next to you, if desired.
Test and Trace: Recommended, not required.
Face Coverings: Recommended, not required. You may wish to wear a mask especially when singing.
Hand Sanitising: Recommended.
Singing at Mass: Permitted. Do feel free to join in singing what you know especially the Mass parts.
Holy Communion: During Mass. You may receive the Blessed Sacrament on the tongue or on the hand. The queuing system will continue as before (each side of the Church separately)
Collection/ offerings: After Mass in buckets by the exit. Please also think about giving online. justgiving.com/campaign/parishoffertory
Church cleaning: Recommended. The Church will continue to be cleaned and “fogged” with anti-viral bio mist each week.


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The Arundel and Brighton Diocesan Trust is a Registered Charity No. 252878