ST AUGUSTINE KILBURN
The Church of St Augustine Kilburn is an Anglo-Catholic Parish Church of the Church of England with roots in the 'Oxford' or ‘Tractarian’ Anglo-Catholic movement and a proud tradition of serving its vibrant and diverse community with an active programme of worship and outreach. Founded in 1870, Consecrated in 1880 and affectionately known as 'The Cathedral of North London' is a Grade I listed building and a fine example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture.
Our community is vibrant and diverse, with the church welcoming worshippers from far and wide who are drawn to St Augustine's long-established tradition of Catholic worship, mission and outreach in Kilburn, Maida Vale and the wider London area.
The Church of St Augustine Kilburn is now closed until further notice.
“God is light: In him there is no darkness,,,”
[1 John 1:5]
“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed.”