St Mary-the-Virgin, Kenton

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St Mary-the-Virgin, Kenton is the Church of England (CofE, Anglican) Parish Church of Kenton. All are welcome to join us in worship and by the strength and grace of the Sacraments seek to conform their lives ever more closely to Jesus Christ and his teaching. 

All pastoral enquiries, including those concerning the Sacraments of Baptism and Marriage, should be directed to the Parish Priest at the end of the Parish Mass or any week-day Mass, or by email at [email protected]


What sort of church are we?
Some people would describe St Mary’s as ‘High Church’ or ‘Anglo-Catholic’. Although familiar, these labels can be unhelpful as not everyone understands the same things by them.

We have a formal liturgy and use incense, the priests who minister here are usually called ‘Father’ and celebrate Mass as our main act of daily worship. Bishop Jonathan is our bishop, pastor and friend and in all things enables us to remain as Catholic members of the CofE . We are affiliated to Forward in Faith.

The Catholic Faith
The most important thing that defines St Mary’s is that we try in all things faithfully to preach, teach and live out the Catholic Faith that the Church has passed on faithfully over the course of 2,000 years.

We do not believe that the CofE has the authority to make unilateral decisions about Christian belief and practice and pray for the day when all Christians are reunited in the one Church – one flock with one shepherd.

 

 

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Fr Edward Lewis
St Mary's Vicarage
3 St Leonard's Avenue
Harrow
HA3 8EJ
020 8907 2914

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Sunday

Mass
Mass is offered in St Leonard's Chapel and includes a short homily.
Every Sunday at 8:00 AM for ¾ hour
Morning Prayer
Every Sunday at 9:45 AM for ¼ hour
Parish Mass
This is the principal act of worship at St Mary's. It is offered weekly and in it we 'remain faithful to the teaching of the apostles, to the brotherhood, to the breaking of bread and to the prayers' (Acts 2:42). Those of all ages are welcome at every Parish Mass. Children may either join a Children's Liturgy of the Word in the hall or remain in the main body of the church throughout the Mass.
Every Sunday at 10:30 AM for 1½ hours
Coffee Incense
Evening Prayer Benediction & CBS Ward meeting
Evening Prayer & Benediction is followed by refreshmments and a meeting of the Corpus Christi ward of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament
Every first Sunday at 6:00 PM for 1 hour
Incense

Monday

Morning Prayer
Every Monday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Mass
Mass is offered straight after Morning Prayer
Every Monday at 9:15 AM for ½ hour
Evening Prayer
Said in St Leonard's Chapel.
Every Monday at 6:45 PM for ¼ hour

Tuesday

Morning Prayer
Every Tuesday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Evening Prayer
Said in St Leonard's Chapel.
Every Tuesday at 6:45 PM for ¼ hour
Exposition
A time of silent prayer and recollection in the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament
Every Tuesday at 7:00 PM for ½ hour
Incense
Mass
Every Tuesday at 7:30 PM for ½ hour

Wednesday

Morning Prayer
Every Wednesday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Mass
Mass, with hymns
Every Wednesday at 9:30 AM for 35 minutes
Evening Prayer
Said in St Leonard's Chapel.
Every Wednesday at 6:45 PM for ¼ hour

Thursday

Morning Prayer
Every Thursday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Mass
Every Thursday at 12:00 PM for ½ hour
Rosary
Every Thursday at 12:35 PM for ½ hour
Evening Prayer
Said in St Leonard's Chapel.
Every Thursday at 6:45 PM for ¼ hour

Friday

Morning Prayer
Every Friday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Mass
Mass, with hymns
Every Friday at 9:30 AM for 35 minutes

Saturday

Morning Prayer
Every Saturday at 9:00 AM for ¼ hour
Exposition
A time of silent prayer and recollection in the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament
Every Saturday at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
Mass
Mass is offered in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel and ends with the recitation of the Angelus (or the Regina Coeli in Eastertide).
Every Saturday at 10:30 AM for ½ hour
Evening Prayer
Said in St Leonard's Chapel.
Every Saturday at 6:45 PM for ¼ hour
Sunday School Bell Ringing Regular Choir Grade 2* Listed Building Tower Floodlighting Stained glass Guidebooks / notes Organ Church Open Wheelchair Access / Ramp Wheelchair accessible toilets Hearing / Induction Loop Large Print Hymnbooks / Orders of Service Toilets Visitor Parking Available
Bookings

The Hall is not available for hire.

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The church is open throughout the day; everyone is welcomed to sit in silence, light a candle, join in with the worship or speak to a priest.

Nurture Courses

 
Other information
Clergy: The Revd E J LEWIS
A Church Near You ID: 10799
Diocesan ID: 2410
Built: 1936
Architect: Gibbon
Style of worship: Modern Catholic
Our Patron: Bishop of London
Archdeaconry: NORTHOLT (235)
Deanery: HARROW (23504)
Benefice: Kenton (23/252 F)
Parish Legal Name: St. Mary the Virgin, Kenton (230484 23/484)
CofE Church Info: (623484 23/484)
Short URL: acny.uk/10799/
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St Mary-the-Virgin , Kenton Road (on the corner of St Leonard's Avenue), Kenton, London, HA3 8EJ

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