The Regular Week
Holy Saviour Church, Croydon

Tuesday 8am-8.30am        Morning Prayer
Tuesday 7.30pm-8.30pmNight Prayer with Meditation
Wednesday 10am-11amHoly Communion and Prayers
Thursday 6pm-6.45Evening Prayer
Friday 6pm-7pmChoir Practice
Saturday 10am-11.30am
Church Open to book your Christenings and Weddings
Sunday 10am-11.30amSung Holy Communion
with Sunday School for kids
and every third Sunday Young People’s Independent Group

For Hall Hire call 07746 915795 or 0203 784 3017

Everyone is very welcome…
God Bless you and those whom you love. 

Church News

  • Harvest Festival Service 2019

    A huge thanks to all who so generously donated food for our Harvest Festival Service.  It will go to: our local foodbank; Croydon Refugee Centre; and to individuals in the parish in need at this time. It was a lovely full service with great hymns and prayers by many. A real Harvest celebration!

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  • Day Trip to Littlehampton

    On Saturday, 31 August, a few Holy Savs gathered at East Croydon train station for a day trip to Littlehampton. It was a lovely day. The seaside was fantastic and the weather was very kind, choosing not to rain until we were on the train for the journey back and stopping before we arrived at East Croydon.

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  • Sponsored Walk Completed

    On Saturday, 13 July, a number of us gathered in the grounds of the church to commence the sponsored walk to South Norwood Lakes – an approximately 5-mile round trip, which was duly completed. A big thank you to all participants (especially the over 80s) and sponsors. Donations still welcome. All proceeds to Holy Saviour Church urgent building works.

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  • Holy Saviour Church Fundraiser – Sponsored Walk

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    Please click here for sponsorship form.

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  • Holy Saviour beyond Holy Saviour

    Marie Commissioned as SPA

    The Commissioning of congregation member, Marie Williams, as Southwark Pastoral Auxiliary (SPA). Seen here at the end of the service with Commissioning Bishop, Rt Revd Christopher Chessun Bishop of Southwark, in the background. Marie will augment our pastoral care team at Holy Saviour, joining our existing SPA, the lovely Mitzi Isaacs. God Bless the future ministry of  our SPAs and, through their care, may all those in our Parish area be blessed. 

    The Commissioning of the Croydon North Deanery Leadership Team at Deanery Synod on 27 June 2019.

    Archdeacon of Croydon, the Venerable Christopher Skilton, with Deaneries Development Officer, Revd Canon Duncan Swan, commissioned the newly formed Deanery Leadership Team made up of both Clergy and Laity who will lead the 12 churches of this Deanery forward in inter-parish faith and mission. 

    Holy Saviour Church is very much a part of this team, with our Vicar Revd Catherine being the Area Dean and many of our congregation members being part of the social justice and multi-faith projects.   This year’s Deanery Confirmation was a very joyful occasion held at Holy Saviour with 27 candidates from across six Deanery churches and 250 people attending. 
    The Archdeacon started off with the words of St Paul, writing to the Christians in Rome says, ‘For as in one body we have many members, and not all the members have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another. We have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us: prophecy, in proportion to faith; ministry, in ministering; the teacher, in teaching; the exhorter, in exhortation; the giver, in generosity; the leader, in diligence; the compassionate, in cheerfulness.’ (Romans 12: 4-8). 

    The Archdeacon went on with the Liturgy in which he asked: “Croydon North Deanery Leadership Team do you believe that God has called you to this ministry? And the response of the new Deanery Leadership Team was a resounding “We do”!  

    With thanks to Revd Canon Andrew Wilson of St John the Evangelist Upper Norwood for his opening prayers.

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