Park Place Centre

Wickham Hants +44 (0)1329 833043

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 MASSES (The Eucharist)


The daily Community Morning prayer cum Communion Service is held in the St. Francis Oratory on the 1st floor of the Main House and begins at. 8.00am. There are no Masses during the week as our resident Chaplain is taken ill since a few months. All are welcome to the Communion Service.


MASS on Sunday is held in the Main Chapel on the ground floor (entrance-past the main entrance) at 9.00am. All are welcome. There is provision for people in wheel chairs.







We have started our Sunday Masses at 9.00am in the Main Chapel on the ground floor. During the week the Morning prayer cum Communion Service is held at 8.00am in the St. Francis Oratory in the main house on the first floor.

We have also started welcoming groups to the Centre with all the precautionary measures against Covid, in place. We request organisers of Groups to ensure that all participants have received their double jabs and the booster jab and that there is no one showing any symptoms of Covid, prior to their arrival at Park Place Centre. We want to ensure that all are safe and well and that we do our best to arrest the spread of this new Omicron virus.


MASSES ON CHRISTMAS DAY: Saturday 25th December 2021.


There will only be one Mass in the morning at 9.00 am on Christmas Day,  Saturday 25th December. (no vigil Mass the previous evening). All are welcome. Please come with a face covering.



From the Community of the Franciscan Sisters.

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(GRAHAM TURNER has written a Prayer for us as we struggle to deal with COVID-19)

                       A PRAYER FOR PROTECTION

Lord of Life,
   today we are a fearful and anxious people.

As the viral illness intrudes deeper into our lives
   we feel its threat and the menace of its violence.

We are prone to panic, causing us to think the worst
   and hoard resources that we do not need,
   thus depriving others of vital supplies.

The daily breaking news makes us feel naked
   in the face of this unstoppable sickness
   that migrates across the globe.

In these difficult days, give us a viral love
   that will infuse into others’ lives.

Heal the sick and use us as agents of hope.
Protect the vulnerable and strengthen us to take care of others.
Pour your abundant wisdom into our leaders and give us concern for their well-being.

For the sake of all humanity we pray,