New Live Streaming System

All public worship in churches is still suspended but you can now follow Mass live from St Teresa’s by clicking the play button below.

Mass from Our Lady Queen of Martyrs can be accessed from Queen of Martyrs website. The usual times of the Masses will be:

Our Lady’s: Saturday 6.00pm, Sunday 11.30am
Tuesday 9.00am, Wednesday 7.00pm, Thursday 9.00am, Friday 9.00am

St Teresa’s: Saturday 6.00pm, Sunday 10.00am
Monday 9.00am, Tuesday 9.00am, Wednesday 9.00am, Thursday 9.00am

We have two YouTube channels, one for each church, so occasional messages can be posted.

You can find the channels by typing into the YouTube search box “queenofmartyrscroxteth” for Our Lady Queen of Martyrs and “stteresanorrisgreen” for StTeresa’s, or you can click on or copy and paste these links:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvVuCDKapFkeegEKYT0HNWQ for Our Lady Queen of Martyrs and

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfakWN9eQGJDXS2_HfClvHw for St Teresa’s.

Closure of Places of Worship 28th March 2020 – this notice supersedes all previous statements  

In light of the Prime Minister’s statement this evening that all places of worship are to close, the Archbishop has required that all churches and chaplaincies in the archdiocese remain closed, with immediate effect, until further notice. Private Masses, streamed live, can continue.

This means that our churches will no longer be open for private prayer as planned and we urge all our parishioners to follow the new requirements by staying at home except for the following reasons:

  • shopping for basic necessities, as infrequently as possible
  • one form of exercise a day – for example a run, walk, or cycle – alone or with members of your household;
  • any medical need, to provide care or to help a vulnerable person; and
  • travelling to and from work, but only where this is absolutely necessary and cannot be done from home.

The Prime Minister also announced that the Government is stopping all social events​, including weddings, baptisms and other ceremonies, but excluding funerals and we will of course comply with these requirements.

We continue to pray for each other and to support each other in all the ways we can.

Please see this update for further news on our response to the Coronavirus pandemic https://stteresasng.com/2020/03/23/corona-virus-response/

Welcome to the website for St Teresa of the Child Jesus, in Norris Green, Liverpool.

This website is mainly updated by volunteers to provide basic information about our church and post information about important events during the liturgical year. You can find more regular updates and news for now on our Facebook and Twitter pages, but we will be looking to include our weekly newsletter into the website in the near future.

If you require any further information, have questions you want to ask the church or make any suggestions about volunteering, please use the contact details provided on this website.

Please find further information about our church, below.

Rev Canon Christopher Fallon VF (Director of the Permanent Diaconate)
Our Lady Queen of Martyr’s Presbytery,Stonebridge Lane, Croxteth, Liverpool L11 9AZ  Rev Fr Anthony Kelly
Dcn Donagh McKillop


No public acts of worship until further notice


No public acts of worship until further notice

St Teresa’s Parish House, Sedgemoor Road, Liverpool L11 3BW