Mass: SUNDAY 10 am, on WEEKDAYS Morning Prayer with Mass at 7.45 am, Evening Prayer at 6 pm
Did you know that the phrase, 'S.O.S' stands for a prayer, 'Save Our Souls?' 'S.O.S, S.O.S, S.O.S', O Lord!
- all services are also streamed -
We are Anglican Catholics
We are a diverse Christian community who worship Jesus Christ and seek to make Him known to the people of Grahame Park and the surrounding estates. Our church stands in the catholic tradition of the Church of England and continues to serve the local communit. St Augustine's was built in 1975 and since then has served Grahame Park housing estate.
Our Sunday Mass at 10am is sung and attended by all ages. Our parish has two churches, ours and Saint Alphage, Burnt Oak (our mother church). As Catholic Anglicans, we are under the episcopal care of The See of Fulham. We pray for the unity of Christ's Catholic and Apostolic church.
SERVICE TIMES (on site and live streamed):
THE CHURCH IS OPEN FOR PRAYER (7.30 am - 7.00 pm) outside Nursery-time.
MORNING PRAYER: Monday to Friday 7.45 AM
EVENING PRAYER: Mo-Fri 6.00 PM
MASS: on SUNDAY 10 AM // WEDNESDAY: 12 PM // MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: 7.45 AM combined with Morning Prayer (7.45 AM).
On Wednesdays, Quet Eucharistic Adoration 12.10-13.00 pm - UK time. This is taking place while we are Eucharistic ministers are visiting the sick of the parish.
Texts for Prayers: http://www.oremus.org/cofe.html
or you can buy your hard-copy here: https://www.chpublishing.co.uk/books/9780715121993/common-worship-daily-pray
Online Texts of Morning and Evening Prayer:
Missed Services for replay
How to find us
Saint Augustine's Church, Great Field
NW9 5SY London
Registered Charity Number - 1154964
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 the 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.
Saint Augustine’s Church (Diocese of London, diocesan registration number: 1506A) and the Diocese of London commissioned CAZENOVE Architects for investigative surveys of the structure, fabric and services of our church building (‘Structural Survey’ or SR) in January 2020.
The purpose of the Structural Survey was twofold. First, to evaluate the present state of the building, in view of timing the required urgent repairs. Second, the survey was required to plan physical alterations of the complex in order to meet the pastoral and missional needs of the redeveloped Grahame Park estate, which is starting in the immediate vicinity of the church from Autumn 2020.
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SAFEGUARDING POLICY AND HELPLINES
Saint Augustine's Church has adopted and follows the protocol of "Promoting Safer Church, safeguarding policy statement" by the House of Bishops.
Where to get help with child and adult safeguarding issues? 1. SAFEGUARDING LINE of the DIOCESE OF LONDON:
email@example.com. Alternatively, to speak to a member of the DST, please call our Safeguarding Helpline on 020 7932 1224.
- Child Protection officer at St Augustine's Church: Mrs Margaret Fadeyi - contact details are on display at church entrance; or in person, her church office hour is 13-14 pm on Wednesdays.
2. BARNET COUNCIL HELP-LINES:
If you feel you have urgent welfare concerns about children or young people that require and immediate response, phone the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 020 8359 4066 External link. The MASH team are available Monday to Thursday 9 am to 5.15 pm and Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
Outside of these hours you should report any concerns that need an immediate response to our emergency duty team on 020 8359 2000 External link.