Bringing people closer to Jesus Christ

Welcome to our parish website.

Most of us like a routine, a rhythm of some sort, to ground our days.

Our relationship with God will grow better if we have a routine. So, this Lent, can you join us by setting aside ten minutes or so to make a space to be; to be with God? If you think you can do this every day, that’s great but if just once a week is easier, that’s good too. Making a routine and keeping it going is the important thing here.

Each week in Lent, , ‘Lent Space ‘will suggest a theme based on the Gospel reading for each Sunday; we will invite you to reflect on the reading and maybe a short activity.

If you enjoy what’s being offered, please let us know by emailing the parish office.

Find Lent Space here.

Here is the  Newsletter. And the link to the live-stream of Mass.

God bless you and your family.

St William of York Tabernacle

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PHOTO GALLERIES

Bishop Phillip’s visit Feb 2020

BISHOP'S VISIT FEB 2020St James and St William of York Reading

X-MASS 2019

CHRISTMAS MASS 2019St James and William of York Reading

1st Holy Communion July 2019 Set 2

2nd Holy CommunionSt James Church

Father John 50th Anniversary

Fr John 50th Anniversary  Sunday 14th July 2019 GallerySt James Church

1st HOLY COMMUNION 2019

1st holy communion Sunday 23rd June 2019 gallerySt James Church

Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost Sunday 9th 2019 gallerySt James Church

St James Catholic church

St James Church is built within the ruins of the great Benedictine Abbey. Today we continue the practice of the monks to celebrate the Sacred Liturgy in Word and Sacrament. The church was built between 1837 and 1840, the architect was A W Pugin. On 14th December 2012 the community celebrated a Mass of Thanks giving on the 175th Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone and completion of the recent restoration work in the church.

St william of york catholic church

St William of York of Reading Church showing the outside of the Church Building

Welcome to St. William of York Church, Reading. We hope you feel as blessed in your visit to our place of worship as we are to have you come to see us. Acquaint yourself with our Church and all that makes it our place of worship and reflection.

The church was built in 1906 by Father William le Grave, a retired Army chaplain who had volunteered to do missionary work.

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Get In Touch

St James Reading Church

Forbury Road,
Reading, RG1 3FD,
ENGLAND
Tel: (44) 01189 574171

St William of York Church

46 Upper Redlands Road,
Reading, RG1 5JP,
ENGLAND
Tel: (44) 01189 574171

St James and St William of York, Reading Parish is part of the Diocese of Portsmouth.

Portsmouth Roman Catholic Diocesan Trust Registered charity 246871

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