Novena to
St Francis of Assisi & Blessed Carlo Acutis

Join us on a Eucharistic journey from the Feast of Saint Francis on 4th October to the Feast of Blessed Carlo Acutis on 12th October.  Nine days of humility, Eucharistic love and companionship in Assisi.

Ashes will be distributed at the following Masses on 14th February

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12.30pm

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6.00pm

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February 26, 2024
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Saints and sinners... What's the difference?

Ruben, an acclaimed painter of sacred art, will unpack the lives of several Saints depicted in his works, demonstrating that the universal call to holiness can cause draw extraordinary greatness from the most unlikely sources.

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March 4, 2024
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Forgiveness is essential

Fiona draws on her experiences as a wife, mother and university chaplain to explore what we can do when we've been wronged, why it can be so hard to forgive, and whether forgiveness is an essential part in moving forwards.

Lent

Everyone makes a personal and unique journey during these ‘40 days and 40 nights’. We start with our call to pray, fast and give alms. How might you join in this and how could St Patrick’s be part of that journey?

Pray

Why not commit to spending time in prayer each day? Join us for morning adoration, find an opportunity to go to confession or perhaps just to sit or pray.

Fast

In Lent, we are called to abstain from indulging and to instead make sacrifices, following Christ’s example when He fasted in the desert for forty days. Consider what you are called to give up this Lent.

Give

As Christians, we should ‘give alms’, meaning to pass our riches and food to those living in poverty. Lent is a particular time that we should intentionally consider how we might give more.

Christmas at St Patrick's

You're invited to join us as we celebrate the birth of Christ over this beautiful Christmas season.

Christmas Offering

Join us in celebrating the season of giving with St. Patrick's Church Christmas Offering. This tradition is our way of showing gratitude to our priests who guide and support us through the year. Your generous contributions will directly support our parish priest in his ministry. Donations can be made at our Christmas Masses or online at the link below.

With thanks!

Grow in your faith

We believe that the wisdom of the Church and its saints can help us to live meaningful and truly happy lives today.

Our events help people to explore the big questions and to meet others on the same journey.

Serve the poor

Open House is our service to the homeless people of London and it is exactly what it sounds like.

We open up our house to those in need, giving them a space to relax, eat great food, share good company and be restored.

Pray with us

We are a house of prayer where you can pray, rest, and listen to God speaking to your heart.

Because of this, the doors of St Patrick’s are open to all, from 7am to 7pm, every day.

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Join us for Mass

In the Holy Mass, Jesus comes to be with us in the form of bread and wine.

This profound encounter with Christ is at the heart of all we do here at St Patrick’s.

If you are new and want to get to know our community, the best way is to join us for Mass.

The heart of all we do

In Eucharistic adoration, Jesus Christ speaks to our hearts and we grow in our love for Him.

Join the team

Our church is powered by people giving generously of their gifts and time.

If you are passionate about our mission then we would love for you to join our team.

Who we are

Meet our people and learn more about our mission.

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Please support our mission

We rely on your generosity to make all of our ministry and work possible. Please consider giving regularly to St Patrick’s as this allows us to plan for the future and to ensure that our mission in Soho is sustainable.