|Saturday||1||St David, Bishop
|5||Ash Wednesday 11.00 & 19.30
|Friday||7||Friday after Ash Wednesday|
|Saturday||8||Saturday after Ash Wednesday|
|Sunday||9||First Sunday in Lent||
|Monday||10||Monday of First Week of Lent||
|Friday||14||Friday of First Week of Lent||
|Saturday||15||Saturday of First Week of Lent||
|Sunday||16||Second Sunday in Lent||
|Monday||17||St Patrick, Bishop||
|Friday||21||Friday of Second of Week of Lent
|Saturday||22||Saturday of Second of Week of Lent||
||Third Sunday in Lent||
|Monday||24||Monday of Third of Week of Lent||
|Friday||28||Friday of Third of Week of Lent|
|Saturday||29||Saturday of Third of Week of Lent|
Every Saturday at 11am - Low Mass
Every Sunday at 11am - Solemn Mass
Every Monday at 11am - Low Mass
Every Friday at 11.00am - Low Mass (Requiem on the last Friday of the month)
The Church is open between 10.00 and 13.00 on Mondays and Fridays, and from 10.00 on Saturdays and Sundays.
Refreshments are served after every mass at S. Agatha's. WCs and car parking available on site.
Festivals and Holy Days of Obligation: as announced
We follow the new Ordinariate Use, which integrates centuries old Anglican prayers into the Roman rite and was officially introduced at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Gregory, Warwick St London, on Thursday 10th October 2013.
Enquiries about Reconciliation (Confession), Baptisms, Funerals and Weddings are welcomed.
March 30th is the Fourth Sunday of Lent and will be kept as Mothering Sunday
The St Agatha's Trust has been awarded a grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to work with the History dept of the University of Portsmouth to produce an oral history of the Landport area. Were you resident, worked in the area, went to school at St Agatha's School, St John's School or Conway Street School, or attended St Agatha's in the period up to about 1950? If so please contact us at
. We currently have 20 participants, but would like more!
A Solemn High Mass and Procession took place on Saturday 28th September 2013. The Bishop of Portsmouth, Rt. Revd. Philip Egan, presided at the mass which was celebrated by Fr John Maunder. The Rite used was the recently adopted Ordinariate rite which is based heavily on the American Book of Divine Worship which in turn uses much of the Book of Common Prayer. The Bishop expressed hope that the congregations of St Agatha's and St John's Cathedral could become more united as both work towards the New Evangelisation.
Members of the Southampton Chamber Choir augmented St Agatha's own choir and sang the Kleine Orgelmesse (Little Organ Mass) by Haydn.
The St Agatha's festival took place on February 8th 2014 at 11.00.
The Homily was given by the Abbot of Farnborough Abbey, the Right Reverend Dom Cuthbert Brogan, and
the Mass setting was the Credo Mass by Mozart (K257) sung by The Newman Consort.
A major exhibition of High Mass sets, Low Mass sets, copes, banners and frontals is planned for September 2014.
Full details coming soon.
The church is available to hire as a venue for conferences and concerts.