Welcome

Sadly weekly Saturday/Sunday Masses in the chapel at Spetchley Park - in particular the Traditional Latin Mass - will cease from around mid-November. Watch this space for updates regarding future Latin Masses in the Worcester/Malvern area.

Welcome to the Roman Catholic Chaplaincy at Spetchley Park near Worcester. We hope you find what you are looking for here and that you will feel welcome at Spetchley Park.   Should you need more information please contact the Chaplain directly.


Mass Readings & Divine Office

English (Ordinary Form)

Universalis

The celebrations indicated are those according to the Ordinary Form Calendar for the Archdiocese of Birmingham.  The Divine Office seeks to fulfill the instruction of Psalm 118(119):  "Seven times a day I praise You".

   

Latin (Extraordinary Form)

 

Today's Divine Office sung by the monks of l'Abbaye Sainte-Madeleine du Barroux, France:






  • October Bulletin

    The Chaplaincy October bulletin is now available. 


  • 20th Sunday after Pentecost

    The next Missa Cantata in the Extraordinary (or "Tridentine") Form with full Propers at 10:45 will be on Sunday 22 Oct (20th Sunday after Pentecost).


  • 23rd Sunday after Pentecost

    The next Sung Mass in the Extraordinary (or "Tridentine") Form with simple Propers will be at 10:45 on Sunday 12 Nov (23rd Sunday after Pentecost).


  • Spetchley Chaplaincy on Facebook

    The Chaplaincy now has a presence - albeit small - on Facebook.   If you're on Facebook go and Like it now!


St John the Baptist, Spetchley Park

This privately owned chapel is made available to the local Catholic community by kind permission of the Berkeley family, who own both Spetchley Park in Worcestershire and Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire.   

Spetchley Park, near Worcester lies in the parish of St George within the Archdiocese of Birmingham, a province of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales in Communion with the Holy See.


Spetchley Park Gardens

If you are visiting Spetchley Park for Mass, why not make a day of it and visit the lovely Spetchley Park Gardens too?