Spirit in The City Festival

For more information about Spirit in the City Festival, visit

For more information about Spirit in the City Festival, visit

40 Hours Adoration

From 15th – 17th March, we will be holding a 40-hour prayer vigil in the Church with continuous Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. 

In this uncertain and challenging time we live, now more than ever, we need to stand together as Christians and bring before God the Church, our families, nations and world.

Join the Prayer Vigil by signing up for a one-hour slot, either as individuals or as a group. Click here

For any queries, contact us.


The Passover story has always been a symbol of the Christian life. It figures largely in the New Testament as the ‘Great Festival’ and was the setting for the Last Supper when Jesus fulfilled many of the Old Testament prophecies and instituted the Eucharist. 

Our celebration will be a truly fascinating look into the Last Supper (Passover) that Jesus celebrated with his friends the night before he died and how dramatic and extraordinary it was in the light of what was to follow. The evening includes the retelling of the Exodus story with a good deal of exposition of the symbolism as understood by Jewish people both through antiquity and today. 

The evening includes a full meal and drinks.

Cost: £15

Spaces limited. To book, click here.

Spirit in the City festival celebrates and witnesses Catholic faith in the heart of London. Its aim is to share the Good News of God’s love with everyone.

Located in Leicester Square, the middle of the entertainment district, the Festival welcomes people of all faith, ages and walks of life. The events feature live music, workshops, faith conversations, opportunities for prayer and reconciliation, and much more.

To find out more about the festival, or to volunteer to be part of it, click here