We are Church in the Catholic Tradition
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St Augustine's was built in 1975 and since then has served Grahame Park and the communities which surround it.
Our Sunday Mass at 10am is sung and attended by all ages. We welcome new people and rejoice that we're drawn from such a diverse set of communities. Within the Church of England, we belong the Catholic Tradition. As Catholic Anglicans, our parish is under the episcopal care of The See of Fulham. We pray for unity with our Roman Catholic and Orthodox brothers and sisters - despite all the odds. At the same time, promoting dialogue among the diverse traditions of the CoE is also important.
Weekday Evening Prayer with Mass: Monday - Friday: 6.00 pm; Mass on Wednesday: 12pm, Evening Prayer 6.00 pm.
How to find us
Saint Augustine's Church, Great Field
NW9 5SY London
Contact us Joseph Hayibo Hall Manager on 07836711995
On Saturdays, we cannot accept bookings before 2 pm.
From Colindale tube station (right in front of the entrance), buses 204 or 303 take you to Quakers Course (2 mins, second bus stop). When you get off, just cross the road, turn right and follow the pedestrian pathway along the edge of the park and parking lot. Go through in between the buildings, and St Augustine's is on the other side of the old block of flats.
How to find us from the 'Concourse'. We are close to Post-Office end of the Concourse. Where it ends, go through the arches.
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