East End Foodbank
The Newcastle East Foodbank has reopened for  families in need.

Our church doors will now be open every Thursday from 2 - 4 pm to drop off food and toiletries

  • PARISH CENSUS

    COUNT ME IN !

    Click the link to find our new Parish Census forms to help us keep up to date information and comply with latest data protection guidelines.

    Please fill in and return to St. Teresa's office.


  • Parish Giving

    it is still possible to make donations to the church during lockdown using a standing order or direct debit via your bank

    If you normally gift aid your contributions using the church giving envelopes, the tax can be claimed back retrospectively if you now set up a payment directly from yourbank.


  • St Teresa's Youtube Channel

    St. Teresa's Live on Youtube... you can now take part in live streamed mass from home on our channel .
    Just click the link to get there.
    If you want to watch on your TV ; search stteresasheaton in the Youtube search box



       
  

Welcome to St. Teresa's


A very warm welcome to you if you are new to the Parish,or just visiting ― in person or through our web site.

During these unprecedented times we hope you can join us in spirit to pray for all those who are affected by the corona virus


 WELCOME HOME !

'I rejoiced when I heard them say, Let us go to the house of the Lord' psalm 122

ST TERESA’S CHURCH IS NOW OPEN FOR PUBLIC MASS


This Week 9th - 16th August


Please note that there are no Public Weekday Masses in the coming week though they will be streamed on

YouTube: stteresasheaton

Sunday Mass: 11am

 

Booking for Sunday Mass will be essential as space is limited.

Following the latest guidelines facemasks are compulsory.

 

BOOKING A PLACE AT SUNDAY MASS

You will be able to book a place at Sunday Mass on the parish phone number above, and a track and trace system will also be operated at the same time.

 


 

Booking Times

Friday 11am – 1pm and 7 - 8:30pm and Saturday 10am – 12 noon



if you have any prayer requests please send them to our email address office@stteresasheaton.org.uk or phone 0191 2655290, and Fr Shaun will take all requests to Mass.

God Bless, and I am sure that all will be well, in the power of prayer and collective love and care of humanity at its best.

Fr Shaun 

Click here for Fr Shaun's latest Homily ;
more homilies can be found on our Masses and Services page

Morning Prayer & Rosary will still be available everyday as part of our online communal prayer


Morning Prayer Streamed @ 8am every morning.

Rosary Streamed @ 6pm every day.

join us on our parishes' facebook page


 

 RACIAL JUSTICE: Statement from the Bishops

of England & Wales

“We stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in the USA as they challenge the evil of racism and the brutal killing of George Floyd. As the US Bishops made clear: “we cannot turn a blind eye to these atrocities and yet still try to profess to respect every human life. We serve a God of love, mercy, and justice.”

click the link to read the full statement and look at the church's teaching on racial justice

If you have had negative experiences due to what has happened or have concerns about issues of racism or hate crime and need someone to talk to  you can contact













       

especially for young people

help with online

racism issues

 




Statement from Bishop Robert Byrne & the Bishops Conference on the death of George Floyd








Latest eNewsletter from the diocese  June 2020

LISTENING SERVICE

As part of the pastoral care of parishioners and others during this COVID-19 lockdown, a number of qualified counsellors and listeners have generously made themselves available to anyone who may be troubled by the negative effects of the situation.

They can be contacted via these numbers:

St Mary’s Cathedral Listening Service 0191 232 6953 

Northumberland Listening Service 07732 980740.

Masses for the Sick and their Families, NHS Front-Line workers and those working in Social Care  every Thursday 7pm

In order to show a spiritual solidarity with all those who are suffering because of the virus or involved in caring for the sick and vulnerable...
each week from Thursday 23rd April ,a Catholic Bishop will celebrate Mass in their Cathedral which will be live-streamed for people to join.