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Welcoming all, Following Jesus, Growing together.
- A progressive church with traditional services
- Beautiful music
- Children’s activities
- Study groups and social events.
We value peace, music and a structured service, while we practice a positive liberal outlook. We are a small congregation, typically 30-40, but have members of a wide range of ages, from families with young children to long established residents. Whether you’re looking to meet people, or just to quietly attend church, you’ll be welcomed here. We are a member of Inclusive Church.
In our weekly services (10:30am Sundays) there are children’s activities and a robed choir. We have study groups, social events, and plenty of tea, coffee and chat! We seek to grow as a community through Jesus. Mission page. What happens in a service?
Wheelchair access, toilets, disabled toilet, baby change, all at the main entrance.
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St. Augustine’s is a member of the Central Mission Partnership.
10:30am Sundays. Followed by tea and coffee.
1st Sunday of Each Month – Morning Prayer led by a rota of readers, with hymns, sung canticles and a sermon. For the children, Godly Play takes place in the church hall.
2nd Sunday – Family Eucharist – All Age worship, with a simpler service to give children a greater role. There are activities for everyone, children and adults, in the first part of the service.
3rd, 4th, 5th Sundays – Parish Eucharist – We celebrate the Eucharist using Common Worship with hymns and a variety of sung settings of the service.
Christenings, Weddings and Funerals – We are always happy to be a part of your special events. Please contact either Claire Dawson or Mike West.
Coffee mornings… Study groups… Book sales… Harvest+Christmas meals… Carol services… … we got it all! Please see our events page
St Augustine’s hall is approx 60ft x 40ft (18m x 12m) and has a well-equipped kitchen. Further details here.
Eileen Turner left us at the end of 2017 to be closer to family. Eileen was teacher at Thornbridge School, before turning to Theology, adult education and parish ministry. Many thanks for her service to St. Augustine’s! We wish her well in London.
Maureen Fisher, A longstanding member of St Augustine’s. I have been a member at St Augustine’s since the day I was born (and that is a long time ago!!). I was christened, confirmed and married in the church and both my children were christened there. Having travelled around the globe for many years I finally returned to my roots in Sheffield, back to good old “gussies” and the church family who had never forgotten me. I really appreciate the warmth,support and friendship of its members along with the varied forms of worship incorporating glorious music. I also lead the group of flower arrangers, and we are proud of the way we can add to the natural beauty of the church.
I am Matthew Zang, from Nanjing in China, studying for an MSc in Control Engineering 2014/15, now a PhD. My friend Echen recommended me to go to St Augustine’s Church. The friendliness and hospitality of the people in St Augustine is especially impressive. They initiate the conversation with me and invite me to join various activities. I am treated as their friend, even though I cannot speak English fluently. I was pleasantly surprised when Echen and I were invited to go to 5 local families to join their dinners, then to learn a chapter of Bible together. All of these make me love this church so much.
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