The Chapel of The Resurrection

This chapel contains the Baptistry and the Columbarium and gives an additional 120 seating capacity to the main church area.

The Columbarium contains the ashes of the deceased in 250 small vaults that each house two caskets. Parishioners and people from the wider community reserve columbarium vaults for their final resting place. The church is open each day, seven days a week which allow visitors to come to this special area of quiet and reflective prayer.

The four stained glass windows depict The Resurrection, The Ascension, The Descent of The Holy Spirit on The Apostles and Our Lady and Our Lady, Untier of Knots; all made in a studio in Krakow, Poland.

The Fourteen Stations of The Cross are made in Cameo glass by Stephen Bradley at The Royal College of Art.

The Baptismal Font, Crucifix and Candelabra are part of a suite of church furniture made by Slovakian artist, Arthur Fleischman and the altar and lectern can be viewed on the sanctuary. This impressive and unique collection of art work were the personal gift of his eminence, Cardinal George Basil Hume, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster.

For more information on the columbarium and how to apply, please read our Columbarium page.