We are a lively and vibrant Church congregation, which represents a complete cross section from the following communities:

English

Irish

Latin American (Ecuadorian, Bolivian, Colombian)

Ghanaian

Nigerian

Indian

Chinese

Philippines

Caribbean (Jamaican, Dominica, St Lucia, Grenada, Antigua)

Cameroonian

Sierra Leonean

South African

Togo

Ivory Coast

Kenyan

Brazilian

Polish

Ugandan

There is a wide variety of groups and activities which reflect our shared faith.

R.C.I.A (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is the parish group which helps adults prepare for the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist) The group includes leaders, candidates and their sponsors from the parish community.

Catholic Charismatic Renewal Prayer Meeting

The group meets every Friday at 7.30pm

Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary

The group meets every Thursday at 7.00pm

Life Ascending

The group meets every Wednesday at 10.00am

Churches Together This is a group determined to following Our Lord’s call that “they may all be one”. We are formed of parishioners from ourselves and the following local churches.
St Catherine, Hatcham – Church of England – Tradition: Modern Catholic
St Mary Magdalene, Peckham – Church of England – Tradition: Open Evangelical.
St Antony with St Silas, Nunhead – Church of England – Tradition: Modern Catholic.
St Thomas the Apostle, Nunhead. – Traditional Roman Catholic
We are committed to get to know each other better and share various events throughout the year including Lent Study Groups, Our Good Friday Walk of Witness. Annual Day trip. A Summer BBQ, A joint prayer service and a Quiz Night. Please do join us for these events, details
of which will be published in our Newsletter and on the Notice Board.

If you have an interest and desire for Church Unity please consider joining our steering group by contacting nunhead@rcaos.org.uk stating “Churches Together” as the subject.

Volunteers Your attendance and participation at services and parish events is really valued and appreciated. Our joint involvement and that cooperation, togetherness and participation cements us as a community. Please consider volunteering, even if you can only help on an ad hoc basis. As the saying goes ‘many hands make light work’

Church cleaners help keep our church pleasant and comfortable. If you are able to lend a hand on Saturdays from 10.00 a.m. Your help is very much appreciated.

Refreshments (Sunday after 9.00 a.m. & 10.30 a.m. Mass) bring us all together to relax and socialise after services.