Get Involved


The Parish has a group of volunteers to read at Mass. Undertaking to read at Mass is both a responsible and a rewarding service to the parish community. It is a privilege to be asked to proclaim the word of God at Mass to one’s fellow parishioners.

For more information please contact the parish office.

Altar Serving

Girls and boys can become altar servers once they have made their First Communion, and we encourage adults to join us  too.

We run a series of training sessions for newcomers and our older Servers are always happy to guide new ones.

For more information please contact the parish office.

Lourdes Pilgrimage

Each year our Diocese, Arundel & Brighton, travel to Lourdes in the last week of July for a week.  

For more information, take a look at this video


We have a vibrant choir who sing at the 10.00am Sunday Mass and at all our special events during the Christmas and Easter and special services such as First Holy Communion.  They meet one evening a week to rehearse.

For more information please contact the Parish office.

Youth Group

We have a youth group for school year 7 and 8 children which we run jointly with Our Lady of Lourdes church in Thames Ditton.  The group meet once a month and alternate between meeting here in our Parish Rooms and in the Church Hall at Our Lady of Lourdes church.  See website for the next date or contact the Parish Office if you would like to volunteer to help.  Different activities are planned for each session as well as use of table tennis and table football. Children are asked to bring £2 and sign in at each meeting to cover costs of activities and a snack.

Children’s Liturgy

Childrens’ Liturgy is held during the 10.00am Sunday Mass during term time. This is for ages 3--7 Years. To volunteer to join the rota of teachers or helpers contact the Church Office. We are always keen to have more teachers on the rota so that names come round less frequently! If you can help please contact our Childrens' Liturgy Coordinator, via the Parish Office.

Justice and Peace - The Outreach Group

“Motivated by Christ, helping the Holy Name parish be a community of engaged, loving and giving individuals actively supporting those in need locally, nationally and internationally”

.Outreach is a vibrant and committed team working to make a difference to the lives of people here in the UK and further afield – as well as to the life of our parish itself!   Each year we focus on a primary cause to support – it’s currently homelessness – and agree how we’ll raise the funds to do this.   As part of this, we organise fund-raising events in the parish, so helping those in need as well as strengthening the bonds within our parish community.    Events are advertised on the parish website and in the parish newsletter, and planned upcoming events for 2022 include a Quiz Night, a Bake-Off competition and a parish Shopping Morning.   We’d love to get your active involvement in, and support for, these events – they’re great fun to participate in and, of course, raise funds for very worthy causes.   The Outreach team meets once every eight weeks on a Saturday morning in the Parish Rooms, and we’d be delighted to welcome you at any time as a new team member!


Retired of the Parish

Thursday morning mass is a popular mass for the the retired and all are welcome to in to the parish rooms afterwards for coffee and biscuits..

Volunteer in the Parish

We warmly welcome active participation in our parish family life.  

Please fill in the form below and contact the Parish Office if you would like to get involved.

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Equipes Notre Dame Teams

Equipes Notre Dame Teams is a worldwide movement with the main aim of helping couples to make their love of Christ and each other the focus of their daily lives. A team usually consists of four to six couples and a priest and meets monthly to share a meal, pray together and discussing your experiences of your faith with friends.

Please contact the Parish Office for more information.


We The Catholic Church of England and Wales, the Bishops and Congregational Leaders are committed to safeguarding as an integral part of the life and ministry of the Church. We affirm the One Church approach to safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk through the promotion of a sustained and sustainable culture of constant vigilance.

Click here for more details about the Catholic Safeguarding Service Resource Area.

All adult volunteers who come into contact with young children and vulnerable adults need to have a government DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) certificate. This procedure will be coordinated by the Parish safeguarding.

Our Safeguarding representatives in the Parish are Aileen Kewley and Sarah Ross and can be contacted via the Parish Office.

Church of the Holy Name

Church of the Holy Name is part of the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton.  Arundel & Brighton Diocesan Trust registered charity 252878

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