Our Church of England parish extends from Kilburn High Road in the East across Queens Park to Kensal Rise in the West, and from Brondesbury Park in the north down to South Kilburn.

We are an inclusive church who seek to be confident, compassionate and creative as we share the love of Christ in this community.  We are a welcoming, diverse and friendly community.  Our worship is within the ‘liberal catholic’ tradition; that means the gospel of Christ and the Eucharist are central to our worship, and we value the traditions and doctrines of the church.  At the same time we are open to progressive interpretations of scripture and use a diversity of music and symbols in our worship. We also have a very lively welcoming Sunday School.

Our faith is expressed:

  • spiritually, through worship and support
  • socially through community events and activities;
  • outwardly through engagement with London Inter Faith Centre and in our Ecumenical Partnership with the United Reformed Church;
  • physically through the availability of rooms and other spaces for hire and
  • practically with links, activities and information

We look forward to meeting you soon.

  • Services

    Daily Services in Trinity Chapel

    Morning Prayer
    (a short service of psalms, readings and intercessions to start the day) followed by coffee for those who can stay.
    8.30am on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

    12noon each day the Angelus is rung - please pray with us.

    Said Eucharist
    8.30am Tuesday

    Informal Eucharist
    7.30pm Wednesday in Trinity Chapel
    After this service you are invited to share in a drink with us.

    Prayers for the life of the parish and our life as ambassadors

    Each Wednesday between 7pm and 7.30pm.

    Sunday Services

    8.30.a.m. Morning Prayer in Trinity Chapel
    9.30.a.m. Sung Eucharist with Sunday School

    First Sunday's at 5pm

    Exploration of different worship styles takes place in Trinity Chapel and is a more contemplative service. Our next service will be Sunday 2nd October when our theme will be St Francis.