About the Parish

WELCOME to the Parish of St Thomas Aquinas and All Saints, Bletchley.
Our Parish was begun in 1901 and is in the Diocese of Northampton,  Bishop David Oakley is our our Diocesan Bishop. The Parish is part of the Pastoral Area of Milton Keynes under the Patronage of St Paul which includes all the Catholic Parishes in Milton Keynes as well as Woburn Sands, Winslow, Buckingham and Brackley.

The Parish has two Churches, St Thomas Aquinas in Fenny Stratford built in 1955 and All Saints in West Bletchley built in 1965. The Parish covers the whole of the town of Bletchley, as well as the villages to the South West including Drayton Parslow, Newton Longville and Great Brickhill. To the North, the Parish extends to Emerson Valley South and Furzton South (the parish boundary is the brook which divides these estates in two). Emerson Valley North, Furzton North, Tattenhoe and beyond, are in the parish of St Edward, Shenley Church End.

If you are new to the parish please do introduce yourself to the clergy after Mass. You may also wish to fill out a new parishioner details form which can be found in our printed Sunday newsletter (available in each church).

The Parish Office is situated in the Presbytery, 1, Sycamore Avenue. The office is usually open between 10.00am – 3:00pm, Monday-Wednesday & Friday for appointments, Mass intentions and all enquiries.