Jesus Christ the Redeemer of Mankind Cranleigh Catholic Church is a large and welcoming church at the heart of the Catholic community in Cranleigh. It is situated on the Ewhurst Road next to St Cuthbert Mayne School and enjoys a wonderful relationship with the school, regular celebrating school Masses and enjoying joint activities.
The atmosphere at Mass is relaxed and informal but reverential and with a warm welcome to all comers. Saturday’s Vigil Mass is a reflective, quiet celebration whilst Sunday morning’s 11am Mass welcomes many families with young children and includes Children’s Liturgy during term time.
- Vigil Mass at 6pm
- Sunday Mass at 11am
- Holy Day Mass at 10am
- Weekday Masses at 10am on Monday and 7.30pm on Thursdays
- Join us in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Thursdays at 7pm before Mass (please check website for changes).
Parking – There is a car park next to the Church for users of the Church but priority is given to the disabled and the elderly and infirm – please be generous to their needs and allow yourself good time to park and walk a short distance if necessary. Please respect our neighbours and do not park on the double yellow lines along St Nicolas Avenue.
Transport to Mass for the elderly or disabled – There is a group of volunteers who are willing to drive parishioners to and from mass if they have difficulty coming on their own. For more information please contact the Parish office.
Church Address – St Nicolas Avenue, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 7AQ. For a map, click here.
Any queries – Contact the Parish Office and Presbytery for more information by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 272075.
History of Jesus Christ Redeemer of Mankind – To learn more about the Church in Cranleigh please see this publication, produced by D Barry. HISTORY of the Catholic Church in Cranleigh