- Location only
- For postal address see contacts page
- Honor Oak Park
- London SE23 3LE
020 8699 4469
Welcome to St. Augustine Forest Hill
Please note change of time from August 2016
10.30am every Sunday
Sunday services follow a traditional format of Holy Communion with a mixture of traditional hymns and hymns from various traditions. On the second Sunday of the month the 10.30am All Age Worship service is especially suitable for families with children, as well as for everyone else. We are an informal and friendly worshiping community of people of all ages and from all parts of the world.
We want to welcome you on this virtual visit to
Canon Colin J. Luke Boswell
Telephone: 020 8699 4469
Please click here to go directly to the 'contacts' page.
Who's Who at St Augustine's:
Priest in Charge: The Venerable Alastair Cutting
Parish Priest: The Rev'd Canon Colin Boswell
Associate Minister: The Rev'd Michael Brooks
Churchwardens: Michael Mawby Andrew McMurtrie
What Now ?
Please click the links above for information about the church, how to get here, what's on offer or any other inquiry. Here are a few of the many questions and requests we deal with every day. You may find yours among them or perhaps yours is a unique situation. Whatever the case may be, we would like to hear from you.
for all inquiries concerning
OR IFYOU WISH TO SPEAK TO A PRIEST FOR ANY REASON
PLEASE COME TO THE CHURCH ON A SATURDAY MORNING BETWEEN
10.30 AND 11.30
OR CONTACT CANON COLIN LUKE BOSWELL
TEL 020 8699 4469
Sunday School is for any child of primary school age and takes place once a month during an 10.30am service of Holy Communion.
Find out about our programme of arts events, and buy tickets.
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Where are we?
St Augustine's church is located in the nature reserve known as One Tree Hill. Our main entrance is from Honor Oak Park but you can also find us by walking over the hill from Brenchley Gardens. The Church of England parish of St Augustine's Forest Hill reaches from Peckham Rye to Honor Oak Park station and from the Horniman museum to Camberwell Cemetery. To find out whether you live in the parish have a look at the website www.achurchnearyou.com.