- Location only
- For postal address see contacts page
- Honor Oak Park
- London SE23 3LE
020 8699 0172
Welcome to St. Augustine Forest Hill
After the success of last year’s first ever festival the One Tree Hill Festival returns to St Augustine’s church this spring. This year the festival is happening over 4 weekends and brings together a varied collection of music and creativity. As ever events will be of a very high standard and will gather together local musicians and performers. There will also be our annual spring fair and a crafts activity morning (at Holy Trinity Centre) for the young and young at heart. Our Sunday morning services also have a theatrical flavour as we will be looking at the music and lyrics of the well loved musical Les Miserables. Joined by West end performers we will be exploring three of the characters different responses to God. We look forward to seeing you!
To download a poster for printing and display please click here.
To download a leaflet with full details of the Festival progamme please click here.
10:30 am every Sunday
Our Sunday service follows a traditional format with a mixture of traditional hymns and hymns from various traditions. We are an informal and friendly worshipping community of people of all ages and from all parts of the world.
Click here to find out more about our regular pattern of worship.
We want to welcome you on this virtual visit to
Office phone: 020 8699 0172 or click here for contacts page.
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Mid-week Worship and Bible Study
A service of evening prayer is held twice a month on Wednesdays starting at 7pm and incorporates a period for Bible Study. The evening ends with an informal session of tea, cake and conversation.
Please see the calendar page for dates.
The next dates for Sunday school will be:
Sunday School is for any child of primary school age and takes place during the 10.30am service of Holy Communion.
Latest News (March 2013) - repairs on the high stonework and guttering are complete and the scaffolding has come down. A huge thank you to everyone who has helped with this. Some of the money has been raised as interest free loans, so please don't stop your efforts to raise funds to preserve this beautiful listed building. This fundraising effort is on-going and necessary if we are to continue to serve the community in this place.
For more information about the fundraising campaign please click
Who's Who at St Augustine's:
Reverend Ed Olsworth-Peter
Honorary Assistant Curates:
Revd Dr. Michael Brooks
Revd. Sara Scott
To contact the vicar, the churchwardens, the office administrator or the assistant curates please go to the contacts page for links to their email addresses.
What Now ?
Please click the links above for information about the church, how to get here, what's on offer or any other inquiry. There are a multitude of reasons why you might like to contact us. 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.
I would like to know more about the Christian Faith...
I would like to inquire about getting married in the church...
I would like to know more about having a marriage blessing after a civil ceremony...
I would like to make arrangements for Baptism for myself (or my child)
Someone close to me has just died and I need to talk to someone...
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Find out about our programme of Arts events and to buy tickets click here.
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Sara (Honorary Assistant curate)sends out an enews letter about once a month with listings and news about the local areas where she lives and works - One Tree Hill and Telegraph Hill. To subscribe to Sara's newsletter (and to unsubscribe if necessary) click here:
http://eepurl.com/tnOR9 for members of St Augustine's church or
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(the enewsletter generally goes to people on both lists, but church list subscribers may also receive information specifically relevant to church members.)
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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.