The Catholic parishes of Burnham-on-Crouch and Maldon are growing communities with churches in both towns - St Cuthbert's and the Assumption of Our Lady.  The parish areas also include Little Totham, Great Totham, Wickham Bishops, Woodham Walter, Goldhanger, Osea Island, Heybridge, Mundon, Latchingdon, Mayland, Southminster, Althorne, Tillingham and Bradwell-on-Sea


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Catholic Parishes of

Burnham-on-Crouch and Maldon

Sunday Mass Times


Saturday Confessions 4pm

Saturday Vigil Mass 5pm

Sunday Mass 9am

Weekday Mass times see Newsletter



Sunday Confessions 11am

Sunday Mass 11.30am

Weekday Mass times See Newsletter



Contact Us

Father Mark Reilly

Assumption of Our Lady Catholic Church

60a Victoria Road





Tel: 01621 852259

Email :




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The Spring Term Alpha is now well underway.

Our next Alpha Course is planned for the Autumn .


Alpha Lent

Holy Week

Maundy Thursday

8.00pm   Mass of The Last Supper Maldon

Watch with the Lord until Midnight

Good Friday

10.00am Walk of Witness from Assumption of Our Lady, Maldon, preceded by service 9.30am

10.00am Children’s Stations of the Cross   Burnham

12noon    Children’s Stations of the Cross   Maldon

3.00pm   Passion of Our LordMaldon

7.00pm   Stations of the CrossBurnham

Holy Saturday

10.00am  Office of Readings Maldon

12.30pm  Traditional Blessing of food for thePolish community

8.30pm   Easter Vigil Mass Maldon followed by refreshments in         hall.

Easter Sunday

9.00am  Mass   Maldon

11.30am  Mass  Burnham


Stations of the Cross will normally take place every Friday during Lent at 7.00 pm in Maldon and every Tuesday at 9.15 am in Burnham, but times may vary.  Please make a very special effort to attend at least one Friday evening or one Tuesday morning Stations of the Cross during Lent.


Lenten Lunches will take place in the hall in Maldon directly after the noon Mass on Fridays during Lent and all donations will go to ‘Aid to the Church in Need.’

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