A very warm welcome to St Cuthbert’s Church serving the communities of West Hampstead and Kilburn

Every Sunday morning

10.30 am  Holy Communion

In the service of Holy Communion (also known as the Eucharist or the Lord’s Supper) we encounter the living presence of Jesus in word and sacrament.  

We rejoice in the great and wonderful diversity of God’s creation and we recognize and celebrate the beauty of his image uniquely revealed in one another as we are sent out in peace to love and serve the Lord.

All are welcome in this place in which all are equal in the eyes of God.

The Revd Hugh Thomas

Associate Vicar


We are delighted to announce that St Cuthbert’s has re-opened for socially-distanced Public Worship for a service of Holy Communion at the usual time of 10.30 am on a Sunday morning 

The service is also live-streamed via the Church Facebook page, which you can find by clicking HERE and these services are also on the Church You Tube channel, which you can find by clicking HERE.


You can give to St Cuthbert’s through our GiveaLittle donations page by clicking HERE

or by scanning this QR Code

St Cuthbert's donations QR Code

Thank you very much indeed for your generous donation 


St Cuthbert’s is working in partnership with Foodcycle, Kilburn, Emmanuel, West Hampstead and St Mary’s, Kilburn to provide a temporary delivery food bank service on Saturdays which now operates from Sidings Community Centre

Food can be donated to this project at the following drop-off times:

St Cuthbert’s

Fridays 6 to 7 pm


Emmanuel Church, Lyncroft Gardens, NW6 1JU

Thursdays 10 am to 12 noon & 5.30 to 7.30 pm


St Mary’s, Abbey Road, NW6 4SN

Fridays 4.30 to 6.30 pm



Here at St Cuthbert’s we take the Safeguarding of all our members very seriously, especially children, young people and vulnerable adults. Every person has a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of all in God’s own image and likeness. We see this potential as fulfilled by God’s re-creation of us in Christ, the Good Shepherd who cares unconditionally for all his sheep. This implies a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm.

Please click the link for the St Cuthbert’s, West Hamsptead Safeguarding Statement 2019 which includes the names and contact details of those in the parish and further afield should you have any concerns whatsoever.


About us

The Revd Hugh Thomas

The Revd Hugh Thomas is the Associate Vicar with pastoral responsibility for St Cuthbert’s Church

The current Church of  St Cuthbert’s was purpose built in 1988 to provide all we need for worship, church and community life in the 21st Century.

St Cuthbert’s offers a warm, inclusive and welcoming environment where persons of all age, gender, race, culture and social background are embraced.  Families with chidren are very welcome.

We consider ourselves to be a family and commit ourselves to caring for each other.  We aspire to be a growing and vibrant fellowship ever keen to welcome new people into our congregation.

We offer teaching and pastoral care for all  and would be delighted welcome you and to accompany you on your journey of faith.

We have a substantial Church hall, meeting room and kitchen facilities which are ideal for parties, small groups and other functions. These are all available for hire: contact us for details.