Who are we and what do we do?
St Augustine's Kilburn is open to worshippers of all ages and backgrounds. We lead our congregation in worship, deepening the connection to God, understanding the teachings of Christ, and ultimately to a vibrant faith.
We have a long, proud history of serving the people of London. Through the dedication of our leadership, staff members and volunteers, we are committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ, and are here to spread His message. Contact us today to find out more about becoming part of the St Augustine's Kilburn community.
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.
Whilst the historic Anglo-Catholic reputation of the Parish continues to attract worshippers from well beyond the boundaries of the Parish, both our electoral roll and regular Sunday congregation contain a significant proportion of local residents. Our congregation comprises a wide age range and is ethnically diverse, reflecting the Parish as a whole.
OUR MISSION & OUTREACH
St Augustine's Kilburn seeks to bear witness to the Christian faith through upholding the Catholic tradition of worship centred around the daily offering of the Mass and of service to the community through pastoral care and outreach.
We are an inclusive and welcoming church, which aims to inspire and support all members and to proclaim the Gospel in the wider community we are called to serve.
OUR FEDERATED SCHOOLS
St Augustine's CE Primary School
St Augustine's CE Primary School is a primary school now serving 234 pupils aged 3 to 11.
The latest inspection of the religious character of our school took place on 28 February 2017.
Our school was judged to be 'Outstanding'. View the SIAMS report.
View all our CE Primary School key information here.
Attendance at St Augustine's Kilburn church by the prospective pupil and family guarantees entry, as does regular attendance at another Anglican church or indeed many others. View the admissions criteria
Please note that, with increased pressure anticipated on Nursery and Reception places in 2020-21:
Living, for example, in Torridon House or Dibdin House does not guarantee a place due to geographic closeness. To ensure a place, attendance at St Augustine's Kilburn Church is required;
Separate admission applications must be made for both Nursery and Reception admissions each year.
It is occasionally possible to enter the school mid-year or to be placed on a waiting list.
St Augustine's CE High School
St Augustine's CE High School is a secondary school now serving 1,030 pupils aged 11 - 19.
The last OFSTED assessed our school as 'Outstanding'. View the OFSTED report. The June 2015 Statutory Inspection of Anglican & Methodist Schools (SIAMS) also assessed our school as 'Outstanding' in all four categories. View the SIAMS report. The Foundation Governors make up a core of the Governing Body. Fr. Amos is the Chair of Governors.
Collective worship takes place daily in school led by staff, students and clergy. The whole school attends a service in church once a term while every Year Group attends and contributes to its own Mass in Church during Michaelmass Term. Additional services in St Augustine’s church such as services of welcome for Years 7 and 12, Christingle service for Years 8, Ash Wednesday, Founder’s Day and Leavers’ Service add to the student’s spiritual nourishment and development.
Attendance at St Augustine's church by the prospective pupil and family guarantees entry, as does regular attendance at another Anglican church or indeed many others. View the Admissions Policy
Please note that, with increased pressure anticipated on places for 2021 entry due to our academic successes, whole school experience and increased population:
1. Living, for example, in Torridon House or Dibdin House does not guarantee a place due to geographic closeness. To ensure a place attendance at St Augustine's Kilburn Church is required;
2. Separate Admission Applications have to be made for both Year 7 and Sixth Form admissions;
3. It is occasionally possible to enter the school mid-year or to be placed on a waiting list.
St Augustine's CE High School Year 7 Choir performing 'SING'
A few words about our Vicar and our Director of Music