St Mary, Kilburn
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St Mary's is an Inclusive Church welcoming all regardless of age, gender, background, ethnicity, disability or sexuality. Our Mission Statement is 'Offering God's love to all'.
St Mary’s is a large and friendly parish in the Liberal Catholic tradition of the Church of England with a strong family friendly atmosphere and commitment to providing an education in the faith of Christ for our children and their parents. We have strong links with St Mary’s CE Primary School, which many of our children attend.
Our worship – with around 200 people attending each week at the current time - is centred on the Eucharist and we have a thriving Sunday school programme in term time. We use modern audio visuals to enhance our worship - which is non the less fairly traditional and recognizably Anglican. We also offer a monthly All Age Service at which we use modern audio-visual presentations to engage our children and share the faith. We admit children to Holy Communion from age 7, after careful preparation.
We believe that baptism is the foundation of faith and that Holy Communion is at the centre of faithful discipleship, both for personal growth and corporate belonging.
We welcome and celebrate the ministry of women in all levels of Church life and hierarchy.
We work closely with St James, West Hampstead with whom we share a Vicar – Fr Andrew Cain- where there is a much more traditional and formal style. Its congregation tends to be younger adults and those without children and there is a professional choir who sings once a month from a repertoire of classical sacred music. Both parishes enjoy the same preaching and teaching tradition.
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