Stations of the Cross
The Bishop of Fulham commissioned a unique set of Stations of the Cross for this year from among his parishes, chosen by lot. St. Augustine’s was one of those chosen as then represented by Fr. Amos’ contribution. Bishop Jonathan commends these Stations of the Cross as a devotion for this Lent and Passiontide.
St. Augustine’s Church in Kilburn, London, is an Anglo-Catholic Parish of the Church of England with roots in the 'Oxford' Anglo-Catholic movement. We have a proud tradition of serving our vibrant and diverse community with an active programme of worship and outreach.
Founded in 1870, Consecrated in 1880 and affectionately known as 'The Cathedral of North London', our building is Grade I listed and considered one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture.
WHO WE ARE
We are a parish under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Fulham. The parish lies within the Two Cities Area of the Diocese of London in the Archdeaconry of Charing Cross and the Deanery of Paddington.
The Parish's Patron is The Society for the Maintenance of the Faith.
St. Augustine's Kilburn seeks to bear witness to the Christian faith through upholding the Catholic tradition of worship centred around the offering of the Mass and of service to the community through pastoral care and outreach as most vividly shown since 1870 in our schools.
OUR REGULAR SERVICES
10:25am Sunday School
10:30am Solemn Mass
6pm Evening Prayer
12:00 noon Mass
9:15am to 3:15pm
Church open for visits and prayer