St Silas' is a lively church faithful to the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. We enjoy our life together and we're committed to connecting with the local community. Our regular worshippers include people of all ages from a range of backgrounds and cultures.
We believe that God has called us together as a community of Christians to be faithful in worship and prayer, to become more like Jesus Christ and to help bring about the transformation of society for the better.
Click here for an excellent introduction to Jesus. (Scroll down and click on the link to 'Who is Jesus ?)
We're currently raising funds to SAVE OUR ORGAN !. More details here.
REGULAR MASS TIMES
SUNDAY : 11.00 PARISH MASS
(With Junior Church, our Sunday School)
Tuesday : 6.30 p.m. Mass
(Rosary Prayers at 6.15 p.m.)
Thursday : 12.30 p.m. Mass
Saturday : 12 Noon : Mass
The weekly news sheet is available here.
Congregational photo copyright © Matt Rainsford 2021
Our Sunday Parish Mass (11.00 am each week) is at the heart of our life together. We enjoy good music, good teaching, modern ceremonial and lay people are involved in a range of ministries. We hope to make everyone feel welcome. We're all on a pilgrimage through life - why not come and journey with us ?
In 2010 the parish became pioneers in solar energy by being the first listed parish church in England to have a new roof complete with visible solar tiles.
We're in central London where Islington, King's Cross and Clerkenwell meet - on the corner of Penton St and Risinghill St, just north of Pentonville Road. Get the bus along Pentonville Rd and walk up Penton St; or take the Northern Line or bus to Angel. We're 5 minutes' walk from Angel tube - walk through Chapel Market and you can't miss the church at the end.
Our Mission ? Bringing people in. Bringing people on. Witnessing to Jesus Christ. There are all sorts of opportunities to help us do God's work. Come and see !
We hope this website is helpful, but it won't tell you everything you might want to know.
Do use the 'Contact' tab to get in touch.
Fr Rayner Wakeling.