Sunday worship

As the restrictions have been lifted on July 19th we are seeing the inevitable rise of Covid cases within our own community. We have taken the decision to continue with our current pattern of worship (of 10am zoom service and 12 o'clock Noon Holy Communion service at St Augustine's church) for the time-being. We feel that under the circumstances, and in our own context, this is the right approach for us to take, although we are aware that some other churches have taken an alternative stance. We, of course, will be regularly reviewing the situation.

We do meet on Zoom each Sunday; click here for details.

St Augustine’s are still not (July 2021) holding said communion services on Sundays at 9am, but we are holding such services at 12 noon on Sundays at St Augustine's. Numbers are restricted due to social distancing, and it is necessary to book your place by contacting the Vicar.
Telephone 020 8467 1351 or email
It is necessary to wear a face mask. 

We can also still worship with other Christians in our own community and throughout the world. Here are some ideas:


Also, each Sunday we hope to upload from St Augustine's a short service of Bible readings and a talk. You will be able to watch these on our Facebook group here or Youtube channel here.

On the radio, Morning Worship is broadcast at 8.10am every Sunday on BBC Radio 4 Radio 4 

On television, Sunday Worship is 11.30am and Songs of Praise is at 1.15pm every Sunday on BBC 1 BBC 1

Many large churches are also planning to livestream their Sunday morning worship for others to share:

All Souls Langham Place Livestream from All Souls at 9.30am, 11.30am and 5.30pm

Holy Trinity Brompton Livestream from HTB at 9.30am, 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm, 3.30pm, 5pm, 6.30pm, 8pm and 9.30pm


If you would like ideas and reflections on this Sunday's Bible readings you might find these websites helpful Worship at home and Worship ideas for families at home .