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A message from the Archdiocese


As the Coronavirus pandemic escalates in the United Kingdom, the UK Government has announced further measures to control the spread of the virus; among these measures is the closing of places of worship. While it heavies the heart further that we should be asked to stay away from Church, these measures are necessary for the welfare of our communities, especially the most vunerable. As such, the doors to our Churches will now close until the end of the lockdown.


Our clergy will remain available in times of need in accordance with Government guidelines. They also continue to offer the Sacrifice of the Mass daily. We are grateful to a number of our Churches who continue to live stream the Mass for us to join them. Stay connected by visiting

https://rcadc.org/staying-connected/ as we make more resources available to you in the days and weeks ahead.


[The full announcement can be viewed on the rcadc.org wbsite].




Our email address is chepstow@rcadc.org

For times of our services please click here 



Our Vision – To develop the faith of our Parish Community to meet the Spiritual, Social and the Moral challenges facing us in the modern World’


Fr. Michael St. Clair, Parish Priest


Cycle of Prayer

We pray for all those loved ones whose anniversaries occur at this time of the year, those we always carry in our hearts and those in our Remembrance Calendar for March. 



All requests for Baptism in our Parish should first be discussed and agreed with Fr. Michael. Please see him after one of the week-end Masses to arrange an appointment.


St. Vincent de Paul

For more information about us, and to see the report on our first year of operation please go to our downloads page, If you are able to donate some of your time and join us you would be very warmly welcomed. 

(A Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cardiff - Registered Charity No. 242380)


Our Parish Office is located at:

St. Mary's Presbytery
Bulwark Road


NP16 5JE



Contact us today!

If you wish to speak to our parish priest please call us on (01291) 622649 or email: