Altar Servers

We have a large team of children and young people (both boys and girls) who serve on the altar for Mass.  This is a good way for children who have received Holy Communion to get involved.  They are encouraged to fill in the form found in the church entrance hall. These forms need to be signed by one of the parents.

Contact: Deacon Paul Evans.


West Surrey Circle
Fleet Circle

Contact: Peter Attridgevia the Parish Office.

Church Flowers

Our church is decorated with beautiful flowers throughout the year by a team of dedicated volunteers.
Contact: Rita Curran via the Parish Office.

Church Cleaning

The church is cleaned by a team of volunteers. 

Contact: the Parish Office.

Church Hall

The Hall is airy and spacious and is used for Church activities whilst also available for hire (Saturdays only).  Part of the Hall is used for St Bernadette’s Pre-School on weekday mornings.

Weekend rental: Saturday from 12.00 noon to 5.00 pm only.  The Hall is fully booked during the weekdays.  

Contact the Parish Office or 01252 546897  (Tues-Thurs 8.30 am  - 12.30 pm).

Coffee after Sunday Mass

We warmly welcome parishioners and visitors to enjoy refreshments in the Church Hall after the 10.00 am Mass on Sundays.  A team of volunteers runs this service and we are always pleased to have more people on the rota!

Contact: Brian Hayes via the Parish Office

Cricket Team

The parish cricket team has been playing a few fixtures for some years now against other local churches.

The team is of varying standards and ages, and we welcome anyone connected with the parish, including family members of active parishioners.  We also welcome umpires, scorers, and supporters.

All our matches start as soon after 6.00 pm as we can manage, and are finished by 9.00 pm usually followed by (optional) reflection and refreshment.  2020 fixtures are suspended due to coronavirus.

Contact: Martin Wood, 01252 521806 or after the 10.00 am Mass on Sundays

Eucharistic Ministry

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion help in the distribution of Holy Communion during Mass.  Training is available for this ministry and ministers are commissioned during the Maundy Thursday Mass once a year.  

Please approach Father Tony if you would like to be part of this ministry team.

Contact: Father Tony

Finance & Fabric Team

The Finance & Fabric Team usually meet once a month.

Contact: Parish Office

Gift Aid

Donations to the Parish from UK tax payers are eligible for Gift Aid and we encourage donors to apply for this.  

Contact: Graham Moore (Gift-Aid Coordinator)


Spiritual and social group for men.  Meets monthly, sometimes with guest speakers.  Part of the national Harvesters Men's Network.  Harvesters are currently meeting virtually via Zoom.

Contact: Steve Macey (via the Parish Office)

Knights of St Columba

A fraternal order organised nationally for practising Catholic men aged 16 and over. Membership is non-party political and is not exclusive to any class of people other than they must be practising Catholics. Their aims are to serve God, the Church and each other in Charity, Fraternity and Unity.

Contact: Ray Harden (via the Parish Office)

Music Ministry & Choir

The Choir sings at the 10.00 am Mass every Sunday and at the most important liturgies in the Church year.   New members of the Choir and instrumentalists are always welcome.  

Contact: Martin Wood or ask at the 10.00 am Mass.


Prayer, praise, fellowship and spiritual talks for women.  8.30 am on the first Saturday of every month in the Church Hall. 

Contact: Anne Diaz (via the Parish Office)

Parish Magazine - New Visions

New Visions is our Parish magazine.  It is published 3 times each year (Easter, Summer and Christmas) and contains parish news and interesting articles.  We are always keen to receive contributions for New Visions - publishing deadlines coincide with the end of the Easter, Summer and Christmas school terms. 

Contact: Bernie Fife-Shaw (via the Parish Office

Prayer Groups

A number of prayer groups meet within the parish.

Contact: Deacon Paul Evans

Reading Ministry

Lay readers proclaim the Liturgy of the Word during Mass by reading the first and second readings.  They may also read the Psalm where this is not sung by a member of the choir or read by the congregation.  Readers also read the Bidding Prayers in the absence of the Deacon.  

Contact: Mandy Connelly (via the Parish Office)

Senior Parishoners' Club

Spiritual and social activities for senior citizens.

Contact: the Parish Office

Welcoming Ministry

Welcomers help worshippers as they enter the Church for Mass by guiding them to their seats and helping people during the course of the Mass.

Contact: Peter Attridge (via the Parish Office)

Young Church

Liturgies for children under 7 take place on most Sundays in term time:

Children's Liturgy

For children between the ages of 4-7 years.  We have four groups of leaders on a rota basis and are always happy to welcome new members and volunteers.  Each meeting has a reading from the Bible - usually the Gospel for the day - a talk and an activity and lasts about 25 minutes. 

Contact: Debbie Middleton (via the Parish Office

Toddlers’ Liturgy
For pre-school children aged 4 years and under.  Children attending Toddlers’ Liturgy should be accompanied by an adult (usually at least one of their parents).

Contact: Lisa Yeomans (via the Parish Office)