At St Dunstan's church:


Maundy Thursday

7.30pm:          Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper


                         followed by The Watch before the Altar of

                         Repose concluding with

11.50pm:        The Office of Compline



Good Friday

9.30am:          Office of Readings and Morning Prayer

12noon:          Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion (*Tickets*)

3.00pm:          Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion (*Tickets*)

7.00pm:          Stations of the Cross



Holy Saturday


9.30am:         Office of Readings and Morning Prayer

8.00pm:         Vigil and first Mass of Easter




Easter Sunday


10.30am:        Holy Mass (*Tickets*)

12noon:         Holy Mass (*Tickets*)

6.30pm:         Holy Mass (*Tickets*)

At St Jude's church:


Maundy Thursday

7.30pm:          Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper (*Tickets*)

                        followed by The Watch before the Altar of Repose until 10.00pm



Good Friday


3.00pm:         The Liturgy of the Passion (tickets)



Easter Sunday


9.15am           Holy Mass (*Tickets*)

10.30am:       Holy Mass (*Tickets*)



Due to government restrictions on social distancing YOU WILL NEED TICKETS for attendance at the main Masses and liturgies of Holy Week and Easter at both our churches.

This means…..

Palm Sunday: 5.30pm, 9.15am (St St Jude’s), 10.30am, 12 noon and 6.30pm.

Maundy Thursday: 7.30pm Mass at both churches.

Good Friday: Liturgy at 12 noon and 3pm at St Dunstan’s, and 3pm at St Jude’s.

Holy Saturday: Vigil at 8pm at St Dunstan’s.

Easter Sunday: 9.15am and 10.30am at St Jude’s and10.30am, 12noon and 6.30pm at St Dunstan’s.


There will be other services that don’t require tickets – Morning Prayer on Good Friday and Holy Saturday and Stations of the Cross on Good Friday evening. There will also be Mass each day of the Easter Octave when each succeeding day is an ‘Easter Day’.  For Maundy Thursday, although you will need a ticket for both Masses, you will not need a ticket to come along during the night for ‘the watch’.

Sadly there will be no opportunity for Children's’ Station of the Cross this year. Some of our school children have been coming to church in these last few days to pray the stations. It might be something that families might do together at home or at the park this year.

Contact Us

Address for St Dunstan's Presbytery for all church administration: The Presbytery, Kingsfield Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham,B14 7JN

Parish Administrator:  Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12-4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9 - 5pm

Office Volunteers:  Monday to Friday, 10am - 12.30pm (for Mass intentions, baptism certificates , and general enquiries)


Telephone: 0121 444 1386


Parish email: saintdunstan@btinternet.com 

Parish Office email:dunstanoffice@btinternet.com

Safeguarding:  For further information about safeguarding, please click here

Archdiocese of Birmingham: www.birminghamdiocese.org.uk

The Parish is part of the Archdiocese of Birmingham: Registered Charity No. 234216.