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Croydon: Holy Saviour

Croydon North Deanery


St Saviour'sRoad

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Parish Contacts

Revd Catherine Tucker (Vicar)

The Vicarage, 115 St Saviour's Road, West Croydon, Surrey, CR0 2XF

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Sunday Services

8.00am Said Holy Communion
(ASB Rite A)

10.00am Sung Eucharist
(ASB Rite A)
(with Sunday School and crèche)
(2nd Sunday - Youth Service)

6.00pm Said Evening Prayer (ASB)

Facilities: Disabled access, toilets, disabled toilet, crèche, large print books/service sheets.

Further details of all Sunday and weekday services and activities may be obtained from the parish contacts


Tradition: Central
Patron: Bishop of Southwark

Urban Priority Area: No

Deanery: Croydon North

Archdeaconry: Croydon

Episcopal Area: Croydon

Diocesan Record Office: Surrey History Centre

Introduction to parish

Holy Saviour Church was built as a daughter church of St James' in 1867 when the surrounding area was full of pig farms. Now, of course, it has become suburban during the last eighty years. There are 120 members in our electoral roll and the attendance on a normal Sunday worship at 10.00 am service is about 60 - 70 people. It is a multiracial community with its rich culture and life. We usually worship in English and at times use the other languages to express our diversity in unity. We use vestments every Sunday in accordance with the approved liturgical calendar.  We have a small choir with crucifer, altar servers and acolytes.

It is lively and enriching worship - friendly and welcoming.  You are most welcome to join us.

Details of Church

Internal photoBuilt: 1867
Architect: A R Mullins
Listing: grade 2

Built in 1867 to the design of Willoughby Mullins, Holy Saviour consists of a traditional nave, chancel, side aisles, vestries to the north of the chancel and the St. Barnabas Chapel at the east end of the south aisle. There is a tall tower and spire at the west end of the south aisle, a narthex at the west end of the nave, now used for offices, and a baptistry now used for small scale worship, meetings and consultations. Walls are generally solid brick, polychrome internally.