As Parish Priest, I welcome you to the website of St George and St Teresa, Dorridge.
The website aims to provide information about the life, news and activities of the Parish and to direct those who wish to the websites of our Schools. Mass times and opportunities for Confession are given, and how to go about arranging for the other Sacraments is indicated.
Fr Robert Taylerson
Web Camera. Watch Mass via our web camera
St George and St Teresa has installed a Web Camera in order to take the Sunday Mass into the homes of those who are unable to come to Church, particularly the sick and elderly. Click the image above or this link.
(Click to join with the liturgy via live streaming)
Please see bulletin for changes to usual Mass times
Mon 9.15 am Church closed
Tues 9.15 am Church closed
Wed 10 am Church open for Public Mass
Thurs 9.15 am Church closed
Fri 9.15 am Church open for Public Mass
Sat 5.30 pm Church open for Public Mass
Sun 10.30 am Church open for Public Mass
Download below a short prayer service prepared by Mgr McHugh.
We are considering switching live stream providers, this will give us greater control of the Church camera and also be less expensive. Click to access the trial version. Comments on the picture, field of view, audio volume etc would be helpful. Please email comments to the Parish.
The Spiritual Reading Group is beginning The Imitation of Christ on 1st Oct. The next meeting will be on Sun 25th at 6pm in the Parish Centre.
Oct 22nd On human misery
Oct 23rd A meditation on death
Oct 24th On judgement and the punishment of sinners
Oct 25th On our enthusiasm to amend our lives
Oct 26th On the inner life
Oct 27th On humble submission to God
Oct 28th On being good and peaceful
Oct 29th On purity of mind and simplicity of purpose
Oct 30th On self-knowledge
Download below a complete list of what is being read day by day.
THE SVP is a Catholic charitable society whose aim is 'faith in action'. Our parish SVP group do daily deliveries of food & supplies to Food Banks, homeless shelters, as well as to drop in centres for asylum seekers & refugees. Due to the current situation, the main Food Bank that they work with are desperately short of provisions and are struggling to meet demand for the most deprived areas of Birmingham. They need urgent donations of food, cleaning products, toiletries and baby products on a large scale. Donations can be dropped off at local addresses for the SVP team to collect every Thursday.