The church is open to anyone who would like to attend in person and we also stream most services live on Zoom. Links to pre-register for services on Zoom are further down this page.
We are the Church of England parish for the area to the west of the Elephant and Castle. The church is on Kennington Park Road, a few hundred yards from Kennington tube station. We are a very mixed congregation, attracting people of all ages and backgrounds. We speak loads of different languages. And yet we come together as the family of God to worship as brothers and sisters. We are a relaxed, informal church, centred on the Eucharist.
Our main Sunday service is at 10 am and lasts for about an hour and a quarter.
Junior Church is semi-operational during the Sunday Mass: the side chapel (which has windows onto the church) is available for parents and guardians to use with their children. Activities are provided but currently there is not a Junior Church teacher/supervisor.
We also have a small mid-week Eucharist on Tuesday evenings at 7pm.
On the last Tuesday of the month this is followed by a Discussion Group: see Bible Reading Plan.
We are streaming our regular services on the Zoom platform.
Sunday Morning Mass – 10am
Register in advance for the Zoom service:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link for joining the service. You will only need to register ONCE and then use the same details for future Sunday morning masses.
Tuesday evening Mass – 7pm
Register in advance for this service:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link for joining the service. You will only need to register ONCE and then use the same details for future Tuesday evening masses. The monthly Discussion Group uses the same link and continues on from the Mass, starting at 7.30pm for those who wish to stay.
Come and join us.
Canon Dr Giles Fraser
Visiting the church: we are very close to Kennington Underground Station and bus numbers 133, 155, 333 and 415 stop very nearby.
The St Mary’s family on the 25th anniversary of Giles’s ordination