Welcome to our Parish

A very warm welcome to the web site of The Parish of Egham, incorporating the Catholic churches of Our Lady of the Assumption, Englefield Green (EG) and St John of Rochester, Egham Hythe (EH). Our Parish Priest is Father Chris Spain and his contact details can be found here.

Holy Week 2019

On Palm Sunday, we celebrate Our Lord’s triumphant entrance into Jerusalem where he was welcomed by the crowds worshiping him and laying down palm leaves before him. Palm branches are widely recognised as symbols of peace and victory. Our carrying of the sacramental palms and cries of “Hosanna” show that we share in the ultimate joy of Christ’s resurrection.
By contrast, Palm Sunday also marks the beginning of Holy Week, with the Passion and Death of Jesus.

No greater love can a man have than to lay down his life for his friends.  Lord God, we see your love for us in the suffering and death of your Son.

Help us to respond to this love by loving one another, and responding by our journey with your Son through this most sacred of weeks.


Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper
with the Washing of the Feet
8:00pm at St. John of Rochester (10:00pm Night Prayer)

Ecumenical Walk of Witness    St John’s Egham       10:00am 

Children’s Stations   Our Lady of the Assumption     12 noon

Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion
3:00pm at St. John of Rochester
Collection: “The Holy Places”

Stations of the Cross (& Veneration)
7.30pm  at St John of Rochester 

Food Blessing / Święconka
11:00am Jurgens Centre, Englefield Green
Baskets containing a sampling of Easter foods are brought to be blessed. All welcome.

Easter Vigil and First Mass of the Resurrection
8:00pm at Our Lady of the Assumption
Collection: “Clergy Easter Offering”
Followed by refreshments in the Jürgen Centre

Easter Sunday Masses of the Resurrection

St John of Rochester                    9:15am
Our Lady of the Assumption     11:00am
Collection: “Clergy Easter Offering”



Buildings & Finance Update

Please ensure you read your Spring Update! We thank Jim for his hard work in putting this together and hope and pray for more parishioners to be responsive in supporting the work of our ongoing development. All of this needs to be looked at alongside a pastoral, spiritual, liturgical and strategic plan and a parish community open to involvement and growth.

Parish Buildings and Finance Spring Update April 2019


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