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The Regular Week
at
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


  • Opening of Lightbox Art Exhibition of Glass

    On Saturday 13 April, Holy Saviour Church hosted the opening event for Lightbox – an exhibition of glass and light by 14 artists of New London Glass. Over 70 people attended. The exhibition is in the upper church gallery, and the works of art both contrast and bring out the features of the church building. The exhibition has been curated by local artist, Angela Thwaites. It is open during the afternoons and evenings until 27 April. Children are welcome, accompanied by an adult.

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  • Palm Sunday

    Processing round the parish on Palm Sunday.

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  • Mothering Sunday

    Daffodils and cream tea for Mothering Sunday at Holy Saviour, Croydon. Many thanks to the children and young people of Sunday school and their leaders for the delicious and much enjoyed cream tea. Thanks also to Miriam for the flowers.

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  • Southwark Vision Presentation

    Over 30 people attended the Southwark Vision presentation on Wednesday, 20 March at Holy Saviour. This was given by Archdeacon, Christopher Skilton and Gabby Parikh of the Diocese.  

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  • Vigil for victims of New Zealand Mosque Attack

    Members of the local community at Croydon Mosque for a vigil on Friday, 15 March, supporting and grieving with Muslim brothers and sisters in light of the terrible mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Including the mayor, bishop, MP and leader of the Council.

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