Holy Week Programme

We celebrate Sunday Mass at 11:00!! (Every Sunday) For Holy Days, please check the weekly email.

Please follow our guidelines: (updated November 23, 2020)

Access to the Church Neighbourhood has been restricted since March 22. We have provided a letter of safe conduct to all those signed up in the weekly email. The general guidelines for entering the church are as follows:

1) A face mask is necessary to attend Mass.
2) Please use the disinfecting gel at the entrance. 
3) The capacity of the church is now limited to 30% currently, around 175 people. 
4) Confessions are heard on Sundays before and after Mass in the well ventilated parish offices. You must wear a face mask in confession. Do not call or email us asking for an appointment.

5) The fellowship after the Mass in our Fellowship room HAS BEEN CANCELLED until further notice due to recent outbreaks.

6) Please sign up for the newsletter to keep informed of future changes.

Support Your Parish

Due to COVID19, we have lost a great deal of income, please make a donation to support your church. We are also committed to assisting our parishioners in need, if you would like to make a donation:, here are the bank details:
(tax deductible if you pay Spanish taxes and provide our treasurer your DNI number)

Account holder:
Bank Details: IBAN: ES07.0186.5001.64.0511473809
Bank Name: Banco Mediolanum

You can also donate via PayPal, however, we prefer bank transfers to PayPal as the commission charged is high.

Welcome to our parish!

Hello and welcome to the web site of Our Lady of Mercy, the only official English-speaking Catholic parish in Madrid. Our mission is to provide the English-speaking Christians of Madrid with the ability to worship God in their mother tongue. We have people from all over the world and our parish is a family.

We hope you can find the information you are looking for on this site. If you come to Madrid, we hope you will join our community for Sunday liturgy. We hope you will “Come and see.” (John 1:39)

May God bless you,

Fr. Ron