We are a community of diverse people who gather together to seek the Good News of Jesus Christ. We wish to be restored to God and to one another through sacramental worship and Christ-like living.
We are the Church of England parish for Harringay.
We hope you enjoy browsing our website, but it is no substitute for the real thing! Our Sunday Mass is at 10.30 a.m. Come and visit us; you will find a warm welcome, and a place to make your spiritual home.
Ash Wednesday marks the start of Lent. All are welcome to the Ash Wednesday Mass and receive the sign of the Cross, made from ashes, on the forehead. This sign reminds us of our own mortality and our only salvation in God’s love. Mass times are:
9.30 am (at Holy Innocents, Hornsey N8 7EL)
12.30 pm (at St Paul’s, Harrigay N4 1RW)
8.00 pm (at Holy Trinity, Stroud Green N4 4EL)
St Paul’s Prepares to Celebrate Baptism, Confirmation, and First Communion!
On Friday 24th February, St Paul’s will welcome the Bishop of Edmonton as he baptises and confirms candidates for their First Communion. The service will be followed by a festive reception in the Church Hall. All people from St Paul’s, Holy Trinity, Holy Innocents, and the wider Church are invited to this celebratory occasion! Further details are in this week’s News Sheet.
St Paul’s Joins with People of Different Faiths to Stand Against Violence and Bigotry
St Paul’s joins with Christians, Muslims, Jews, and people from other faiths to stand against violence and bigotry. On 3rd February 2017, Fr Eric gathered with the Bishop and local parish clergy at the nearby mosque to show support for respect for people of all faiths.
St Paul’s, Harringay Celebrates Candlemas at the Bishop of London’s Farewell
The clergy and staff of St Paul’s, Harringay give thanks to Bishop Richard Chartres for his 20+ years of ministry as Bishop of London. We send our prayers and wish him well on his retirement!
St Paul’s believes that safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all those who are vulnerable (children, young people, and vulnerable adults). We expect all our staff, volunteers, and those who use our premises to share this commitment and value the support of those who worship here in achieving this. Our safeguarding policy is available for download: Diocese of London Safeguarding Policy.
Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers: 020 7932 1224
CCPAS Helpline: 0845 120 4550
Family Lives: 0808 800 222
Childline: 0800 1111