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St. Joseph the Worker Church
Sort Code: 20-73-53
The Parish Church of
SAINT JOSEPH THE WORKER
Church of England - Diocese of London
WELCOME if you are curious and want to come and see.
WELCOME if you are weary and want to come and rest.
WELCOME if you are grateful and want to come and give thanks.
WELCOME if you are hurting and want to come for comfort.
WELCOME if you are listening and want to come and pray.
WELCOME if you are seeking and want to come for answers.
WELCOME to everyone in the Lord's name!
St. Joseph the Worker, Northolt is a lively, multi-cultural Anglican Church in South Northolt which attracts people of all ages and backgrounds. Like our Patron, St. Joseph, we want to be open and obedient to God in all that we do. Our vision is to be a community of people who grow in Christ as we seek to serve.
St. Joseph's is rooted in Anglo Catholic tradition in the way we express our faith through Liturgy alongside a renewed Charismatic flavour in seeking to be gifted by the Holy Spirit and Contemporary in our style of worship. We are committed to exploring God's word in the scriptures and building a community shaped by God's word to share with all around us.
At the heart of our life together is an expectation that we will encounter God both through the Mass, where we are fed and sustained by Christ, and also through engaging with what he teaches us in the Bible. We believe that such an encounter with the living God transforms lives, and our prayer is that we will be a means by which his world around us is transformed as well.
We would love to see you whether you want to come and join us for worship, or just for a chat and a listening ear, or just a cup of coffee and a biscuit, or just some space, peace and quiet to light a candle, or to pray in the Lady Chapel.