St Cyprian's is a small but flourishing congregation, living our calling as Christians by faithfully walking the Anglican path. Our road is less travelled. We do not claim absolute knowledge of the Divine.
We really welcome everyone and are enriched by the dynamic tension of differing beliefs. We embrace doubt. Pray hopefully. And celebrate diversity. We practice our faith in our everyday lives; are strongly committed to social justice and believe in the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives. Come as you are, leave uplifted.
Our worship is based on the very best traditions within the Church of England founded upon the Sacraments and the Bible. At the heart of our worship is the Sacrament of the Mass, the Eucharist, Holy Communion, wherein we encounter the Risen Christ in both word and sacrament.
Saint Cyprian's is an Anglican Parish within the Church of England in the Diocese of London.
Saint 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."
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 station is Baker St. Buses 139 & 189 pass close to our door. There is very limited on street parking.