Octagonal church with pebble-dashed walls, green copper roof topped by a cross. Designed by architect Charles W Gray, it was opened in 1963. Stone statue of St Teresa above the main entrance. Pipe organ. Redecorated 2002. In the weekday chapel is a copy of the San Damiano crucifix, a reminder that the church has been staffed since its opening by Franciscan Friars.
Vigil Saturday 6.00pm; Sunday 10.30am, Monday to Friday 9.30am; Saturday 10.00am
Open by arrangement
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