Open house

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings

Open house serves delicious meals to the homeless people of Soho and surrounding areas every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening. Our team of 160 cooks lovingly prepare dishes which are served to our open house guests by our volunteers in the parish centre. As well as the tasty two-course dinner, at the end of every evening, we all sit together to spend time in prayer and reflection.

Open house

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings

Open house serves delicious meals to the homeless people of Soho and surrounding areas every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening. Our team of 160 cooks lovingly prepare dishes which are served to our open house guests by our volunteers in the parish centre. As well as the tasty two-course dinner, at the end of every evening, we all sit together to spend time in prayer and reflection.

Open house

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings

Open house serves delicious meals to the homeless people of Soho and surrounding areas every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening. Our team of 160 cooks lovingly prepare dishes which are served to our open house guests by our volunteers in the parish centre. As well as the tasty two-course dinner, at the end of every evening, we all sit together to spend time in prayer and reflection.

Breakfast club

Monday, Friday, and Saturday mornings

Breakfast club offers those sleeping on the streets a place to come inside, enjoy a cooked breakfast, hot shower, and quiet cuppa over the morning papers. Our volunteers offer a warm welcome to our guests every Monday, Friday, and Saturday morning. Our chapel is always open to our guests and volunteers should they want to step away from the rush of the city for a while and into a place of peace, prayer, and reflection.

Breakfast club

Monday, Friday, and Saturday mornings

Breakfast club offers those sleeping on the streets a place to come inside, enjoy a cooked breakfast, hot shower, and quiet cuppa over the morning papers. Our volunteers offer a warm welcome to our guests every Monday, Friday, and Saturday morning. Our chapel is always open to our guests and volunteers should they want to step away from the rush of the city for a while and into a place of peace, prayer, and reflection.

Breakfast club

Monday, Friday, and Saturday mornings

Breakfast club offers those sleeping on the streets a place to come inside, enjoy a cooked breakfast, hot shower, and quiet cuppa over the morning papers. Our volunteers offer a warm welcome to our guests every Monday, Friday, and Saturday morning. Our chapel is always open to our guests and volunteers should they want to step away from the rush of the city for a while and into a place of peace, prayer, and reflection.

Night shelter

Every Friday night from February to May for up to 15 guests

ON HOLD: Night shelter is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our night shelter offers overnight accommodation to people waiting to be housed. The project runs every Friday night from February to May for up to fifteen guests. Our team of volunteers welcome our guests and they have supper together. Our guests then stay overnight and have breakfast with some of our volunteers the following morning.

Night shelter

Every Friday night from February to May for up to 15 guests

ON HOLD: Night shelter is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our night shelter offers overnight accommodation to people waiting to be housed. The project runs every Friday night from February to May for up to fifteen guests. Our team of volunteers welcome our guests and they have supper together. Our guests then stay overnight and have breakfast with some of our volunteers the following morning.

Night shelter

Every Friday night from February to May for up to 15 guests

ON HOLD: Night shelter is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our night shelter offers overnight accommodation to people waiting to be housed. The project runs every Friday night from February to May for up to fifteen guests. Our team of volunteers welcome our guests and they have supper together. Our guests then stay overnight and have breakfast with some of our volunteers the following morning.

Cenacolo prayer group

Cenacolo is a Catholic community that offers free, residential rehabilitation for people suffering from addiction, depression or simply looking for an experience of faith, prayer and friendship. It began with one house in Italy, set up by a nun known as Mother Elvira and now has up to 70 houses on all five continents. Cenacolo relies on divine providence and through abandonment to our Lord has received an abundance. Members of Cenacolo lead a spiritual life of prayer and work. producing hand-made woodwork, musicals and testimonies as a means to fund the community. If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction or depression, please e-mail Martin or Dina who run Cenacolo meetings at St. Patricks. To find out more about Cenacolo, visit their website.

E-mail Cenacolo London

Visit Cenacolo's website

Cenacolo prayer group

Cenacolo is a Catholic community that offers free, residential rehabilitation for people suffering from addiction, depression or simply looking for an experience of faith, prayer and friendship. It began with one house in Italy, set up by a nun known as Mother Elvira and now has up to 70 houses on all five continents. Cenacolo relies on divine providence and through abandonment to our Lord has received an abundance. Members of Cenacolo lead a spiritual life of prayer and work. producing hand-made woodwork, musicals and testimonies as a means to fund the community. If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction or depression, please e-mail Martin or Dina who run Cenacolo meetings at St. Patricks. To find out more about Cenacolo, visit their website.

E-mail Cenacolo London

Visit Cenacolo's website

Cenacolo prayer group

Cenacolo is a Catholic community that offers free, residential rehabilitation for people suffering from addiction, depression or simply looking for an experience of faith, prayer and friendship. It began with one house in Italy, set up by a nun known as Mother Elvira and now has up to 70 houses on all five continents. Cenacolo relies on divine providence and through abandonment to our Lord has received an abundance. Members of Cenacolo lead a spiritual life of prayer and work. producing hand-made woodwork, musicals and testimonies as a means to fund the community. If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction or depression, please e-mail Martin or Dina who run Cenacolo meetings at St. Patricks. To find out more about Cenacolo, visit their website.

E-mail Cenacolo London

Visit Cenacolo's website

Film club

First Sunday evening of every month

ON HOLD: Film club is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our homeless and vulnerable guests spend their days in Soho and the West End surrounded by expensive cinemas they are unlikely to see a film in - this is why we launched our own film club! On the first Sunday evening of every month, St Patrick's film club screens a wide range of classic and contemporary movies on the big screen in our parish centre. Our volunteers welcome guests with hot snacks and drinks, and everyone settles in to enjoy a great film and a chat about it afterwards.

Film club

First Sunday evening of every month

ON HOLD: Film club is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our homeless and vulnerable guests spend their days in Soho and the West End surrounded by expensive cinemas they are unlikely to see a film in - this is why we launched our own film club! On the first Sunday evening of every month, St Patrick's film club screens a wide range of classic and contemporary movies on the big screen in our parish centre. Our volunteers welcome guests with hot snacks and drinks, and everyone settles in to enjoy a great film and a chat about it afterwards.

Film club

First Sunday evening of every month

ON HOLD: Film club is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions

Our homeless and vulnerable guests spend their days in Soho and the West End surrounded by expensive cinemas they are unlikely to see a film in - this is why we launched our own film club! On the first Sunday evening of every month, St Patrick's film club screens a wide range of classic and contemporary movies on the big screen in our parish centre. Our volunteers welcome guests with hot snacks and drinks, and everyone settles in to enjoy a great film and a chat about it afterwards.

Volunteering

If you are passionate about serving those in need and want to commit to our team of volunteers here at St Patrick’s, please get in touch with our outreach co-ordinator.

Contact our Outreach Coordinator

Volunteering

If you are passionate about serving those in need and want to commit to our team of volunteers here at St Patrick’s, please get in touch with our outreach co-ordinator.

Contact our Outreach Coordinator

Volunteering

If you are passionate about serving those in need and want to commit to our team of volunteers here at St Patrick’s, please get in touch with our outreach co-ordinator.

Contact our Outreach Coordinator

Support Us

Our service projects rely on donations and the generosity of our cooks and volunteers. If you would like to make a donation to support our service projects, please visit our support page.

Support Us

‘For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat,  I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you invited me in.’
Matthew 25:35

Support Us

Our service projects rely on donations and the generosity of our cooks and volunteers. If you would like to make a donation to support our service projects, please visit our support page.

Support Us

‘For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat,  I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you invited me in.’
Matthew 25:35

Support Us

Our service projects rely on donations and the generosity of our cooks and volunteers. If you would like to make a donation to support our service projects, please visit our support page.

Support Us

‘For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat,  I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you invited me in.’
Matthew 25:35

SOS prayerline

The SOS Prayerline provides the support of prayer to those who are experiencing difficulties. This Prayerline runs from 19:00–23:00 every evening, 365 days a year. Our volunteers answer these telephone requests and pray for the intentions of those who have called.

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SOS prayerline

The SOS Prayerline provides the support of prayer to those who are experiencing difficulties. This Prayerline runs from 19:00–23:00 every evening, 365 days a year. Our volunteers answer these telephone requests and pray for the intentions of those who have called.

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SOS prayerline

The SOS Prayerline provides the support of prayer to those who are experiencing difficulties. This Prayerline runs from 19:00–23:00 every evening, 365 days a year. Our volunteers answer these telephone requests and pray for the intentions of those who have called.

Discover more