Who Are We?
St. Augustine is an Anglican parish church in southeast London located in the Park of 'One Tree Hill' on Honor Oak Park. At our heart is faith in God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. We seek to grow in knowledge of and obedience to Him. We are committed to the Bible, prayer, being open to the Spirit and serving the people of our community in creative ways. We strive to bring people into a vital creative relationship with our Lord through our worship, fellowship and prayer; teaching and pastoral care; reflection and action. We are committed to fostering and nurturing the depth of relationship between God and his creation and with one another. Everyone is most welcome to come and be a part of shaping our fellowship at St. Augustine. As most of the building is all on one level, there is easy access to all parts of the building including toilets and the parish rooms.
St. Augustine is a place to explore faith together and we try to be creative about how we do this. We are located in the nature reserve of One Tree Hill. This gives us a unique opportunity in London to reflect on God’s creation and our place in it. We share the message of compassion and love in a world that is so often hurting and cold. It is the message of the one who came to us with that same love and compassion to strengthen us and encourage us to really live life in all its fullness. In this quiet oasis there is room to mediate and reflect, to walk, to pray, to be quiet. Come and share in our fellowship anytime. You would be most welcome.
Drop in for a visit
Are you walking in the park of One Tree Hill? Would you like to see the Church or just relax with a coffee? On the first Sunday of every month we offer a cafe from 11:30am to 4pm. Come along and join us.
St. Augustine Living Heritage Network
The maintenance of the fabric of St Augustine's church building is a continual challenge. Two phases of building work has been completed thanks to grants from English Heritage and other generous donations. We are in the process of discerning the essential works necessary to continue to protect and develop this Grade II listed building. Click the link below to find out more about this initiative:
- Living Heritage Appeal
If you would like to be a part of the Living Heritage appeal, please do contact us to either make a donation or to offer your time and talent.