SERVICES AT ST CYPRIAN'S
St Cyprian's is an Anglican Parish of the Church of England in the Diocese of London. The church, designed by Sir Ninian Comper and built in 1903, has been described as 'a spacious, whitewashed church of beautiful proportions and restrained detail... a building dedicated to God in which, through the response of our senses to art and architecture, we may taste and see something of how gracious the Lord is.'
A fully choral Parish Mass is held on Sundays at 10.30am with additional services held on Ash Wednesday, Ascension Day and throughout Holy Week as well as St Cyprian's Day in September and both Advent and Christmas carol services. Choral Evensong is also sung at regular intervals during the year.
CURRENT MUSIC LIST
St Cyprian's reopened for public worship on Palm Sunday. Choral music will be provided by a small group of singers in accordance with the latest government guidelines.