St Bernadette's Catholic Church

Church in Bispham, Blackpool

St Bernadette's Catholic Church

Main Meetings:

Sun 10:00 Sunday Mass

Mon 09:00 Daily Mass

Tue 12:00 Tuesday Midday Mass

Thu 09:00 Daily Mass

Fri 14:00 First Friday Mass with anointing of the sick.

Sat 11:00 Confessions and Exposition
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and prayer of the Most Holy Rosary at 11.40

Sat 12:00 Daily Mass

Sat 18:00 Saturday vigil

Wed 09:15 Daily Mass during term time
This mass takes place in school and is prepared by children at school. During holidays the mass takes place in the church at 09.00. All welcome [Venue 2]



Hymns & songs:

Liturgical Hymns Old and New

Under 18s:

Youth Group, Prayer and Pizza first Sunday of the month.
Family Mass first Sunday of the month
Children's Liturgy every Sunday apart from first of the month


Local outreach & community activities:

-SVP visiting the sick and housebound. Food donations collected on first Sunday of the month. Passed on to local food banks. Coffee mornings first and third Tuesday of the month.

Other activities & ministries:

Parent & Toddlers, Whist, Senior Citizens Music & Movement Crafty Ladies


Fr. Peter Clarke, Priest

Affiliations & links:


Main Bible:

New Jerusalem Bible

Average Congregation:

530 adults
90 under 18s

Special needs:

Accessible worship area, Dedicated wheelchair space



Office Contact:

St. Bernadette's Church

Office Address:

St Bernadette's Catholic Church, Bispham, Blackpool

Email: Click to email

Meeting Venue

St Bernadette's Catholic Church, Bispham, Blackpool

Travel and Parking Info:

On bus route, On site parking off All Hallow's Road


About Us:

St Bernadette's parish is located in the north of Blackpool on the main road to Cleveleys. Our small and modern church can be found in the lovelier part of town! You will be sure to receive a very warm welcome from all the regular parishioners who are only too happy to see new faces. During your stay in Blackpool why not join us in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and other services of the parish's devotional life? Although our church is not renowned for its historical or architectural significance, you will always find Our Lord Jesus present in the Tabernacle and the doors of the Church always open for those who enter for quiet prayer and reflection.