"S. Cyprian's is the most beautiful church of the 20th Century, an extraordinarily luminous building, full of angels."

HIGH MASS

Every Sunday 10.30 am.

LOW MASS

Every Thursday 1.10 pm.

INTERIOR PICTURES

 

Other Information

Welcome to Saint Cyprian's

Tradition

Saint Cyprian's is an Anglican Parish of the Church of England in the Diocese of London.  

Wednesday 22nd February 2012 - ash Wednesday 

Mass - 7 pm

Preacher and Celebrant: Fr Gerald Beauchamp
Motet: Purcell: Remember not, Lord, our offences

Location

The Church is at the northern most end of Glentworth St (streetmap), which runs parallel to Baker St and opposite Francis Holland School. The nearest tube is Baker St.

Opening Times

The Church is open on Thursdays between 11.30am and 2pm & Sundays between 12 noon and 1pm.  To check opening times or to arrange a visit at another time, please contact the Administrator

In addition, the church will be open between 10am and 4pm on the first Saturday of every month in 2012, from February onwards.

Art and Architecture

S. Cyprian's, designed by Sir Ninian Comper and built in 1903, is described in a lecture as "a spacious, whitewashed church of beautiful proportions and restrained detail." It is "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." (Read more quotations about Comper.)