We are delighted to announce that we will be reopening for public worship from Sunday 28 March 2021, Palm Sunday, with the 9.30am Eucharist. Covid-19 procedures remain in place.
We very much look forward to welcoming you back to St Hugh’s.
Services continue to be streamed from the Cathedral and can be found on the Southwark Cathedral website: https://cathedral.southwark.anglican.org/worship-and-music/worship/live-service-stream/
During Lent we are journeying through the wilderness together – a theme partly based on our Wilderness Paintings at St Hugh’s. In the video below, the Revd Adam Boulter explains the thinking behind the Wilderness Panels which he painted. Further details of Adam’s work can be found at www.adamboulter.co.uk
The second video is a meditation on the Wilderness experience, with readings and music from the Cathedral Choir.
St Hugh’s is the parish church of West Bermondsey and has a growing multi-ethnic congregation, reflecting the community in the surrounding neighbourhood. We seek to be an active Christian presence in our community. St Hugh’s is a place of prayer and peace in the heart of the inner-city, open and welcoming to all, regardless of race, faith background, gender, age or sexuality.
Please contact the clergy if you would like to ask about baptism, marriage, funeral and other pastoral enquiries.
St Hugh’s is a friendly and inclusive congregation and we look forward to welcoming you soon to worship with us or for a community event.
The Church of St Hugh takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information about this can be found on our safeguarding page.