2018 marks the Diamond Jubilee of the Dedication of the current church building (the 6th incarnation of our church since the parish was founded).
The last building was destroyed during the bombing of London in WWII.
REGULAR MASS TIMES
All Masses begin at 10.00 a.m. unless otherwise specified.
Low Masses last approx 30 min and sung Solemn Mass lasts approx 1hr
SUNDAY: SOLEMN MASS Nave
Monday: Low Mass Chapel
Tuesday: Low Mass Chapel
Wednesday: Low Mass followed by Bible study Chapel
Thursday: Low Mass Chapel
Friday: Low Mass (followed by Stations of the Cross throughout Lent) Chapel
Late Advent, Christmas &
the New Year at St Agnes’
Saturday 15th December: from 10.00 a.m. Church Cleaning for Christmas
Sunday 16th December (Advent 3):
10.00 a.m. Children's Mass, Carols and Nativity Play followed by the ‘Sunday School’ Christmas Party
Sunday 23rd December (Advent 4): 10.00 a.m. Parish Mass
Monday 24th December (Christmas Eve): 10.00 a.m. Low Mass / 11.30 p.m. Midnight Mass
Tuesday 25th December (Christmas Day): 10.00 a.m. Solemn Mass
Sunday 30th December (Holy Family): 10.00 a.m. Solemn Mass
Sunday 6th January 2019 (Epiphany): 10.00 a.m. Solemn Mass
Sunday 13th January 2019 (Baptism of the Lord): 10 00 a.m. Solemn Mass
6.00 p.m. Concert Recital by the Delphi Quartet
Sunday 20th January 2019 (2nd Sunday): 10 00 a.m. Solemn Mass
Monday 21st January 2019 (St Agnes Day): 10.00 a.m. Low Mass / 8.00 p.m. Patronal Mass
Sunday 27th January 2019 (3rd Sunday): 10 00 a.m. Solemn Mass
6.00 p.m. Concert Recital by the Capital Horns
Monday 28th January 2019 (Octave of St Agnes): 10.00 a.m. & 7.00 p.m. Low Mass
St Agnes’ Kennington Park
Concert Recital Series 2019
Sunday evenings at 6.00 p.m. followed by refreshments.
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13th January: The Delphi Quartet
The Delphi Quartet are a London based string ensemble made up of musicians from the Royal College of Music. Formed three years ago, they have performed at the Union Chapel, the Marylebone Music festival and the Brighton Festival with composer Emilie-Levienaise Farrouch.
27th January: Capital Horns
Capital Horns showcase some of the country's leading young horn players who have worked under the baton of Semyon Bychkov, James Newton Howard and Edward Gardner OBE respectively. They have worked in iconic venues across the country, including Birmingham Symphony Hall, Cadogan Hall, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and the Royal Festival Hall.
10th February: Lucy Lou, Soprano
Having studied at the Royal Academy of Music, Lucy Lou will present a varied performance of songs and arias accompanied by Matt Geer, organist of St. Agnes.
24th February: Nika Pinter, flute & Haydn Bateman, guitar
Finishing off this season, Nika and Hayden both studied at the prestigious Royal College of Music and are currently passing master's degrees in their respective instruments.
28th April: Improvindigo
Improvindigo are a flute and cello duo that also incorporate voice into their performances. Both Meera Maharaj (flute) and Cartin Meek (cello) studied at the Royal College of Music and they play a wide variety of music from Debussy to Alwyn.
12th May: The Ziran Duo
Ben Richardson (violin) and Thibault Blanchard (cello) are postgraduate conservatoire students whose repertoire includes music from Ravel to Kodaly and Lutoslawski.
26th May: Cor8
Cor8 is a London-based all-female French Horn octet comprising performers from the city's music conservatoires. The ensemble's players have performed at renowned London venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Union Chapel, Central Hall Westminster (in a BBC2 televised performance) and St John's Smith Square, as well as Birmingham Symphony Hall and European venues such as the Konzerthaus Berlin and Slovak Radio Centre.
9th June: Gabriella Jones, harp
Gabriella Jones studied at the Guildhall School of Music and has performed at venues such as St martin-in-the-Field, the Royal Albert Hall and St John's Smith Square.
29th September: soundSpark
soundSpark is an innovative chamber group of woodwind musicians who are passionate about bringing the highest level of music performance to all areas of the UK, especially within local community settings.
13th October: Duo Arasari
Emily Shapiro is a clarinet and bass clarinettist who studied in British Columbia before moving to London in 2011. Laura Beardsmore studied at Royal Holloway University. Together Emily and Laura perform a wide range of repertoire, also specialising in bass clarinet/low flutes.
27th October: The Riviola Ensemble
The Riviola Ensemble formed in 2012, is made up of international viola players who have all studied under the guidance of esteemed viola professor, Rivka Golani with the purpose of discovering and mastering new and existing repertoire.
10th November: Apollo Winds
Apollo Winds are a woodwind octet formed of conservatoire students, with a wide and varied repertoire.
24th November: Anastasia Sofina, viola
Originally from Moscow, Anastasia studied at the Royal College of Music and is laureate of fifteen international competitions. She has played many prestigious venues and recently appeared on BBC3's 'In Tune'.