Worship

COVID-19

Our church is currently closed for worship, but our prayers and fellowship continue.

On Sundays we encourage you to attend a local church, either in person or online.

If you cannot attend mass in person we suggest you tune in to one of two local churches streaming services online:

If you are able to go to mass we encourage you to attend a local church such as Southwark Cathedral or St John the Divine, Kennington. You will need to register your place in advance.

We encourage families with children to follow the prayer suggestions and The Church at Home podcast by Diddy Disciples.

You can join other people from St Christopher’s online in our Fellowship Group or Men’s Group Bible Study.

The worship of God forms the heart of our life as a church and we welcome people of all ages to worship together.

Our main act of worship is the Mass (also called the Eucharist or Holy Communion), where we gather together to remember and share in the Last Supper of Jesus.

Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer provide a daily rhythm of Psalms, Bible readings and prayers for the church, the world and our local community.

Our worship is in the Modern Catholic tradition of the Church of England. On Sunday mornings at the Parish Mass you can expect robed servers at the altar with candles and incense. Our singing is joyful and we love traditional Anglican hymns, more modern songs and hymns from around the world.

Weekly Worship (Currently paused due to Covid-19)
Sun10 am – Parish Mass
Mon8 am – Morning Prayer
5 pm – Evening Prayer, in the Garden Room*
Tue8 am – Morning Prayer
5 pm – Evening Prayer, in the Garden Room*
Wed8 am – Morning Prayer
5 pm – Evening Prayer, in the Garden Room*
Thu8 am – Morning Prayer
10 am – Quiet Mass
11:40 am – Bible Study (first and third Thursdays of the month).
5 pm – Evening Prayer, in the Garden Room*

*The Garden Room is set in the heart of our Community Garden, behind Pembroke House.  Please come to the Pembroke House office by 4.55pm for Evening Prayer.

Prayer

As a church we pray for each other, for the wider Church and for the world. 

We pray for people in particular need at Mass and at Evening Prayer.

At Morning Prayer we pray every day for a different street in our parish, for different churches around the Diocese, and Anglican churches around the world. We also pray for the work of our partners at Pembroke House and the Walworth Living Room.

If you would like us to pray for you or for someone you know, please contact us.