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 A very warm welcome to the catholic parish of  Oxted & Warlingham. We have two churches – All Saints in Oxted and St Ambrose in Warlingham; serving the communities of Oxted, Warlingham, Woldingham and Tatsfield. We are grateful to Fr Anthony Hale who is currently celebrating the masses pending the appointment of a new priest to our parish. We are a caring and welcoming parish and whether you are new to the parish or an existing parishioner, please explore our web site to find details of mass times, our weekly newsletters, information on sacraments and parish activities. There are also contact details for the Parish team and a mini guide to “who does what” in the parish under contact us. In the meantime, if you need to receive the Sacrament of the Sick when already in hospital, please use the numbers shown on the newsletter. To receive this Sacrament at other times, please contact Redhill Parish on 01737 761017. Reconciliation is an opportunity available before any Mass or by arrangement with Fr Anthony Hale. For all other enquiries, including Hall Hire or to arrange a Funeral, please contact the parish office on 01883 627726. Special Notice Father John Olliver served the parish as priest from 2004 until his death in November 2014. He was gifted and talented priest and a source of joy and loyal commitment to the many parishioners and friends in our parish. He will be remembered forever in our prayers and we continue to pray for his soul. We are grateful to Fr Anthony Hale who is providing cover until a new Priest is appointed. A summary of Fr John’s life and the history of our churches is on the website.