St Agnes' Kennington Park is a Church of England parish church.
Worshipping in the catholic tradition, it is part of the See of Fulham, and
under the pastoral care of the Rt Revd Jonathan Baker, Bishop of Fulham
St. Agnes' is located behind Kennington Park. The full address is:
St Agnes, Kennington Park, 37 St Agnes Place, London SE11 4BB
The nearest tube stations are:
Kennington (Northern Line)
Oval (Northern Line)
Elephant and Castle (Northern, Bakerloo and national rail)
133 (Liverpool Street to Streatham)
155 / 333 (Tooting to Lambeth)
415 (Tulse Hill to Old Kent Road)
There are also other direct bus links from Brixton,
New Cross and across South-East and Central London.
Use the bus stops on Kennington Park Road,
Camberwell New Road and the Oval
Regular Mass times
All masses begin at 10.00 a.m. unless otherwise specified
Low masses last approximately half-an-hour and Solemn masses one hour
SUNDAY: SOLEMN MASS (Sung)
Monday: Low Mass (said)
Tuesday: Low Mass (said)
Wednesday: Low Mass (said) followed by a Bible Study
Thursday: Low Mass (said)
Friday: Low Mass (said)
Hall booking enquiries:
Please contact Fr Paul at
or 020 7820 8050
More information can be found
by clicking the link below:
St Agnes' takes the safeguarding and care of
children and vulnerable adults very seriously.
Further information about this can be found
by clicking the link below:
Up and coming... THE 2020
CONCERT RECITAL SERIES
SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 6.00 P.M. followed by refreshments
FREE ENTRY + RETIRING COLLECTION
26th January: Nikos Baroutsakis (Guitar)
Guitarist Nikos Baroutsakis is an Artist Diploma in Performance graduate
from the Royal College of Music, London.
He studied with Gary Ryan and Charles Ramirez and has appeared in concerts
in Belgium, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK.
9th February: Martin Ludenbach (Double Bass)
Martin Ludenbach is a double bassist based in London.
He was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
He will be presenting a recital programme of solo music for the bass.
23rd February: Solent Duo (Soprano and Guitar)
Solent Duo was established at the Royal Academy of Music in London
with a particular interest in new arrangements and
the unexplored repertoire for high soprano voice and guitar.
Colombian soprano Meliza Metzger and Slovenian guitarist Mario Kurtjak
offer a recital of diverse and exciting repertoire of Italian, Spanish and Brazilian songs.
SPRING SEASON 2020
26th April: Rob Burton (Saxophone)
Rob Burton is a classical saxophonist now studying in my second year
with Huw Wiggin at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
In 2018, he won the televised Woodwind Category
Final of the BBC Young Musician 2018 competition,
becoming the first ever saxophonist in the grand final.
10th May: Sara Flores Montes (Harp)
Born in Switzerland, Sara Flores Montes studied
Harp in Geneva before moving to London in 2019.
She especially enjoys performing contemporary classical music
and also enjoys composing herself.
24th May: Daisy Lihoreau (Oboe)
Daisy Lihoreu grew up in Cambridge before moving to London
to study oboe at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Accompanied by Matt Geer
31st May: Toby Daintree and Dafydd Williams
(Jazz Guitar and Saxophone)
Toby Daintree (Guitar) and Dafydd Williams (Saxophone)
are both young jazz musicians studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
As individuals, they’ve both performed at prestigious venues
such as Ronnie Scott's and the Savoy.
14th June: Nigel McClintock (Organ)
Nigel McClintock was born in Belfast and studied at the Royal College of Music.
He has worked as an organist at St Albans Cathedral, Croydon Minster,
St George’s, Belfast and, most recently, St Peter’s Cathedral, Belfast.
He is an acclaimed vocal teacher and conductor, taking his choir to sing for the Pope.
Duets accompanied by Matt Geer