christ_crossA very warm welcome to the website of our Parish of Blessed John Henry Newman, which was founded on 1 October 2010, by the Right Reverend Peter Doyle, Bishop of Northampton.

We consist of two churches: St Wulstan’s in Totteridge and Our Lady of Grace in Booker.

Our aim is simply to bear witness to the love God has for us in the person of our Lord Jesus Christ, to share this love with each other and to spread it into the wider community in which we live.

We look forward to welcoming you into our friendly, supportive and caring community, bringing with you your unique, God-given gifts! So please make yourself known to us and don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Fr. Joseph Udoh MSP – Parish Priest



For full details of Masses, including rotas, please visit our Masses page.



  • If you know of anyone who is ill or housebound please let Father Joseph or Catri Plummer (639686) know, so we can arrange for a visit and to receive Holy Communion if they wish. Please could you scan the list and let us know if any names should be removed.
  • May Fayre - 7th May on the Rye

  • The May Fayre is held on the Rye and is put on by the Catholic communities within High Wycombe. The BJHN parish runs the BBQ and Tea Tent. Please add your name to the lists today if you can help - we need people to bake cakes, make sandwiches,cook jacket potatoes as well volunteers on the day. The rotas are at the back of church – please add your name if you can help.
  • Rosary on the Coast at OLG – 3pm, Sunday 29 April

  • This day of pilgrimage and prayer for the re-flourishing of our faith takes place on Sunday 29th April at 3pm at OLG. Our parish is happy to join other Catholics to pray the Rosary on the Coast for peace, faith and life in Wycombe and the British Isles. For more information go to: www.rosaryonthecoast.co.uk

      Please come back soon to see details of our next event.


    Next Weekend

    Next Weekend (2nd and 3rd December) we will be listening to a DVD message from Bishop Peter. The Bishop will be reflecting on many issues and would be urging us to use Advent as a season of preparation. He will be reflecting on developments in the ‘Walking Humbly with our God’ process and he will [More…]

    For more Events, Notices and News Items, please visit our Events and Notices page.


    Our Parish Prayer

    FATHER, Pour out your spirit on the people of this parish and grant us a new vision of your glory, a new experience of your power, a new faithfulness to your word, and a new consecration to your service that your love may grow amongst us and your Kingdom come through Christ our Lord. AMEN.

    Act of Charity

    My God,
    I love you with my whole heart and above all things,
    Because you are infinitely good and perfect;
    And I love my neighbour as myself for love of you.
    Grant that I may love you more and more in this life,
    And in the next for all eternity.

    candles at st wulstans totteridge

    Visit our PRAYER page for:

    • a categorised selection of more than 150 relevant prayers.
    • the opportunity to request a prayer for yourself, or for someone else.
    • details of prayer groups


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    Our Patron: Blessed John Henry Newman

    In 2010, the churches of St Wulstan's, Our Lady of Grace, St Edmund Campion in Hazlemere and St James' the Great in Downley were joined together as one parish.

    The Parish then took the name of Blessed John Henry Newman, who had been beatified by Pope Benedict XVI a few months earlier during his State Visit to the UK.

    Learn more about Blessed John Henry Newman

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    Blessed John Henry Newman Parish would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous support of our web site. By clicking on the logos you can learn more about each organisation.