Welcome to the Parish of St Mary and Christ Church, Hendon.
Christians have been worshipping in Hendon for over 1000 years. Today Hendon is a busy and diverse North London suburb, in which we try to lead lives shaped by the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Week by week, and day by day, we meet to worship in our two churches: St Mary’s, on Church End at the top of Greyhound Hill, and Christ Church, Brent Street.
ADVENT CAROL SERVICE on Sunday, 3rd December at 18.30 at St Mary's: join us for readings, hymns and anthems marking the beginning of Advent as we wait with hope for the coming of Jesus Christ.
CHRISTMAS SERVICES please see the separate 'tab' to take you to the full list of Christmas Services including CAROL SERVICE followed by mulled wine and mince pies on 17th December; the CRIB SERVICE, MIDNIGHT MASS and services for CHRISTMAS DAY. Or click here. ALL WELCOME!
OPEN CHURCH - Saturday, 2nd December The theme of open church is 'Advent' with craft activities for children, families and adults - refreshments available 12.00-16.00. There will be a litter pick at 12.00. All welcome to join us!
Open Church has resumed: on Tuesdays and Thursdays 12.00-14.00 you are welcome to visit to pause, reflect or pray.
Holy Communion will be celebrated at 09.30 on Sundays at St Mary's (Church End) at at 11.30 at at Christ Church (Brent Street).
Worship online a service of evening prayer with readings, reflection and music takes place via Zoom at 17.00 on Sundays.
Sung Evensong is at 18.30 on Sundays at St Mary's.
We look forward to welcoming you as you reflect and pray in this peaceful place in the near future.
Please note that the Parish Office is open Tuesday-Thursday: emails are being monitored on a daily basis.
Messages from our Vicar can be found: HERE
: At St Mary & Christ Church Hendon, we believe that every person has a value and dignity because we are created in God’s own image and likeness. This is fully realised in the person of Jesus Christ. This implies a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm. Safeguarding arrangments can be found here