Welcome to St Boniface, the Catholic church in Freemantle and Shirley, Southampton, Hampshire. Our red brick church, with its bell tower, is a prominent feature on Shirley High Street.

We offer a range of activities from coffee mornings to a flourishing youth club and work with other churches in Shirley to respond to the social needs of our area.

Fr David Sillince, Parish Priest

Masses and Services

  • Sat 6.30pm
  • Sun 8.30am
  • Sun 10.30am
  • Mon-Sat 10.00am
For more information, check the newsletter

How to find us

413 Shirley Road, Shirley, Southampton
SO15 3JD (map)

Telephone 023 8077 1231

Send us a message

News and Notes

Newsletter for 18 February 2018
Out into the wilderness
Fr David Sillince's homily for 1st Sunday of Lent, Year B
Sunday reading notes for 18 February 2018
Weekday reading notes for week beginning 19 February 2018

What's new

Weekday reading notes for week beginning 19 February 2018

Weekday reading notes for week beginning 19 February 2018

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Intercessions February 18, 2018

INTERCESSIONS. FIRST SUNDAY of LENT [B], February 18th., 2018. Priest: Let us pray for the Church and the world through Jesus Christ, who in the words of Cardinal Newman “leads us out of shadows and images into the fullness of truth”. Reader: For all Christians, that we may not succumb to living in a fantasy […]

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Year of Ovid 2018

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Catenian Bursaries

YOUNG CATHOLICS aged 16 to 24: The Catenian Association, which is very active in this Diocese and city, offers Bursaries to young Catholics within this age range for projects associated with their Christian faith; within this Diocese £30,000 has recently been so offered. Projects include assisting with the disabled young people’s Easter pilgrimage to Lourdes, […]