We continue to follow guidelines from the Bishops conference as we start to open church . In the meantime, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause until we resume to our usual mass times.
In the meantime, we want to invite you to join us virtually over the internet as we live stream Sunday Mass at 10am. You can also join us virtually, united in prayer via the web for Mass on Wednesday at 12noon.
We will be live-streaming Adoration each Tuesday at 7pm (Church closed).
Tuesday 20 October 6pm Mass - Open to all
Wednesday 21 October – Church closed
Friday 23 October: 12noon Mass – Open to All
Saturday 24 October: 12noon Mass – Open to All
6pm Vigil Mass - Open to All
Sunday 25 October: 10am Sunday Mass - Open to All and streamed
5.30pm Young adults Mass, led by Salford University Catholic Society
Services and Private Prayer
Tuesday 20 October 7-8pm Adoration - Church closed - streamed
Friday 23 October: 11-12 Church open for private prayer
7.30pm - 9.00pm Eucharistic Healing Service - streamed
Saturday 24 October 11-11.45 Confession – in the hall. Church open for private prayer
Your Visit to church
Stewards will be available to assist you during your time in church. We will politely ask you to sanitise your hands at the entrance and exit and wear a face mask while in church.
Please observe the social distancing guidelines.
Please watch the following video guide provided by Salford Diocese to assist with your visit
See the live stream below during these times.
St. James and All Souls
Welcome to the Catholic Parish of St. James and All Souls, based here at Mother of God and St. James Church, Salford. We aim to be a community centred around Christ, His Church, and our mission as His followers to love one another. We welcome you to come and join our growing family of vibrant people from all walks of life, all backgrounds, and all ages. Here, on our site, you can find all the information you need about our services, our community, what's on and how to get involved.
In the absence of basket collections a few people have been asking how they can support the parish during lockdown.
Salford Diocese have made online donations easier for those who wish to continue to support our parish. Please visit the direct link on the diocese website to make a donation:
The Parish are mindful of the changing financial position many of our parishioners find themselves in during this time and appreciate that only some may choose to donate. Any donations will be greatly received to support the Parish during this difficult time.