Services Available on our YouTube Channel

We have arranged for parts of the 11am Sunday Mass to be pre-recorded and made available online. Please visit our YouTube Channel.


The following services are currently available (the first link for each service takes you to the relevant service sheet):

During May, our recorded services will be held in the Lady Chapel, marking the Month of Mary.

(1) Sung Mass celebrating the Eve of St Cuthbert's Day (19 March) is available on YouTube (in four parts)


(2) Sung Mass for the 4th Sunday of Lent (22 March) is available on YouTube (in five parts)


(3) Sequence of prayer, music, scripture and reflection for the 5th Sunday of Lent (29 March), edited and compiled by Quintin Beer is available on YouTube


(4) Palm Sunday (5 April), a short film with part of the Palm Sunday liturgy.
A sequence of chant, prayer, scripture, reflection, music and imagery. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music provided by Seb Gillot (Organist) and Sam Morton Morris. The celebrant and preacher is Fr Paul Bagott. All resources were recorded in isolation. Now available on YouTube

​(5) A recording (sound only) of last year's Good Friday Liturgy (19 April 2019) is available on YouTube

(6) Maundy Thursday Liturgy (9 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The sequence was compiled by Quintin Beer (Director of Music) with music provided by Seb Gillot (Organist), Tegan Elridge, Freddie Crowley, Olivia Shotton and Harry Bradford. The celebrant and preacher is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube

(7) Good Friday Liturgy (10 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The sequence was compiled by Quintin Beer (Director of Music) with music provided by Seb Gillot (Organist), and members of the St Cuthbert's Choir. The celebrant and preacher is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube


​(8) Easter Vigil (11 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The sequence was compiled by Quintin Beer (Director of Music) with music provided by Seb Gillot (Organist), and members of the St Cuthbert's Choir. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube



​(8) Easter Day Family Mass (12 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The vicar is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube



​(9) Easter Day Mass (12 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The sequence was compiled by Quintin Beer (Director of Music) with music provided by Seb Gillot (Organist), and members of the St Cuthbert's Choir. The celebrant and preacher is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube



(10) Divine Mercy Sunday Family Mass (19 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube


(11) Divine Mercy Sunday 11am Mass (19 April 2020)
Pre-recorded Second Sunday of Easter liturgy from St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music from Seb Gillot (Organist) and Gabriella Noble. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott and the preacher is Fr Donald Easton. All resources were recorded in isolation and government social distancing guidelines were followed at all times. Now available on YouTube


(12) Third Sunday of Easter Family Mass (26 April 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube


(13) Third Sunday of Easter 11am Mass (26 April 2020)
Pre-recorded Third Sunday of Easter liturgy from St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music from Seb Gillot (Organist) and Alexander Bower Brown. The celebrant and preacher is Fr Paul Bagott. All resources were recorded in isolation and government social distancing guidelines were followed at all times. Now available on YouTube


(14) Fourth Sunday of Easter Family Mass (3 May 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube



(15) Fourth Sunday of Easter 11am Mass (3 May 2020)
Pre-recorded Fourth Sunday of Easter from St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music from Seb Gillot (Organist) and Eleanor Dann. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott and the preacher is Fr Calum Zuckert. All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. Now available on YouTube



(16) Fifth Sunday of Easter Family Mass (10 May 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube



(17) Fifth Sunday of Easter 11am Mass (10 May 2020)
Pre-recorded Fifth Sunday of Easter liturgy from St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music from Seb Gillot (Organist) and Alexander Bower Brown. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott and the preacher is Fr Reg Bushau. All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. Now available on YouTube



(18) The Feast of St Matthias (14 May 2020)
Pre-recorded Low Mass celebrating the Feast of St Matthias. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube
(Please note there is no service sheet for this service.)


(19) Sixth Sunday of Easter Family Mass (17 May 2020)
All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube


(20) Sixth Sunday of Easter 11am Mass (17 May 2020)
Pre-recorded Sixth Sunday of Easter liturgy from St Cuthbert's Earl's Court. Compiled and edited by Quintin Beer (Director of Music), with music from Seb Gillot (Organist) and Jack Goulder. The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott and the preacher is Fr Simon Stokes. All the resources for this liturgy were recorded in isolation and government social distancing rules were followed at all times. Now available on YouTube



(21)  Ascension Day Mass (21 May 2020)
Pre-recorded Low Mass celebrating Ascension Day . The celebrant is Fr Paul Bagott. Now available on YouTube
(Please note there is no service sheet for this service.)



Regular Services:

During May, our recorded services will be held in the Lady Chapel, marking the Month of Mary.

(Please check the home page for any changes to services)

SUNDAY:
Morning Prayer 9am
Family Mass 10am
Sung Mass 11am
Evening Prayer or Evensong & Benediction 6pm.

TUESDAY–FRIDAY:
Morning Prayer 9am, Evening Prayer 6pm.

TUESDAY & THURSDAY:
Low Mass 6:30pm

SATURDAY:
Morning Prayer 10am, Low Mass 10:30am, Evening Prayer 6pm.

For services, we use the Book of Common Prayer and some of the prayers from the Roman Missal.


Typically, we follow the Catholic lectionary readings and follow major Saints and Feast Days.

For Baptisms, Confirmations, Weddings and Funerals please contact Fr Paul.

​​Music at St Cuthbert’s:

St Cuthbert’s has maintained a high standard of music making since the beginning of the 20th Century.  Under incumbent Director of Music Quintin Beer, and Organist Seb Gillot, both the liturgical music programme and externally organised events continue to flourish. The church maintains a professional quartet of singers, all of whom are distinguished musicians in their own fields. The choir’s repertoire ranges from sixteenth-century polyphony to more contemporary music and it regularly premieres new works.
 
There are plenty of opportunities for professional singers at St Cuthbert’s Church. The Director of Music is always happy to hear from singers who are interested in joining the deputy list. Please be in touch with him directly (quintin.beer@saintcuthbert.org) to arrange an audition.
 
St Cuthbert’s frequently liaises with orchestras, notably the Academy of St Mary-le-Bow, for liturgical orchestral masses and evensongs throughout the year. Additionally, the church maintains a monthly voluntary Evensong choir, The Saint Matthias Singers. For more information about joining the choir, visit the Saint Matthias Singers tab above.
 
The church has been home to the semi-professional ensemble, The Lacock Scholars, for a number of years and the choir frequently performs recitals here. In addition, the church hosts many other groups and orchestras as well as performers of solo recitals and chamber concerts. For details about hiring the church for your event, please contact the Parish Administrator on admin@saintcuthbert.org
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There have been a number of distinguished Organists associated with St Cuthbert's including Leonard Priestly, Douglas Coates, David Bruce-Payne, Simon Lindley and Michael King. Douglas Coates, who served as Director of Music and Organist from 1948-1972 built up a Choir of 27 Men and Boys and held an enviable position in the London Church Music scene. Lennox Berkeley, the famous British composer, had his Missa Brevis  given one of its first performances at St Cuthbert's. 

The Church has a fine 4 Manual,  Alfred Hunter Organ installed in 1900 which has been played by many famous Organists. In 2003 the Console was totally refurbished with Solid State Technology and a Piston Capture system being installed. It is hoped that we can raise sufficient funds in due course for a complete overhaul of the instrument. If you would like to contribute to the restoration of this beautiful instrument, then please be in touch with the Director of Music ( quintin.beer@saintcuthbert.org).