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Northaw & Cuffley Parish Council

Churches

Churches in the Parish of Northaw and Cuffley

There are four churches in the parish of Northaw and Cuffley. They can be found in the map below which is interactive. You can zoom in and out and pan left and right. Click on a pin to reveal the details for the location.

Welcome to the Church of England in Northaw and Cuffley.

We are here to serve God and our neighbours in Northaw and Cuffley and further afield.  We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds as we learn together how to be disciples of Jesus Christ. We have two churches: St Thomas a Becket in Northaw and St Andrew in Cuffley. The churches are often open during the day (weekdays as well as Sundays) and visitors are always welcome.

Sunday services are at 8.30 am and 10.30 am every week – one in each church, but not always the same one!  To find the right church at the right time, please check the programme for the relevant month on this site. We love meeting newcomers and everybody is made welcome at every service. We are in the extreme south of Hertfordshire, just north of the M25.  We belong to the Diocese of St Albans in the Church of England. See this site for more information about the Church of England in Northaw and Cuffley

St. Thomas a Becket Church, Northaw

Post Code: EN6 4NW

The present church was consecrated in 1882. It is the third church building on this site: there has been a church here dedicated to St Thomas a Becket for around 700 years.

St Andrew’s Church Cuffley

Post Code: EN6 4DR

St Andrew’s Church Cuffley celebrated its 50th birthday in 2015. The present building was consecrated on St Andrew’s Day, 30 November 1965.  The architect was Mr.Clifford Culpin, who lived for many years in Carbone Hill. In 1968 the church became the first building in the parish to qualify for a Civic Trust Award for its good design.

Life Church Cuffley

Post Code: EN6 4LN

Housed in a building at the corner of Plough Hill and King James Avenue Cuffley. Previously known as Cuffley Free Church, they trace their origins back to April 1937 when the original work began through the enthusiasm and commitment of a few local families determined to provide an evangelical witness within Cuffley. They were formally constituted as a church in June 1942. They are affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Central Baptist Association, and are members of the Evangelical Alliance

Contact the Life Church

Life Church Cuffley, King James Avenue, Cuffley. Tel: 01707 873308

St Martin de Porres Roman Catholic Church, Cuffley

Roman Catholic Church St. Martins de Porres

Post Code: EN6 4LS

Roman Catholic Church St. Martins de Porres located at Church Close, Cuffley. After the war, a few Roman Catholics in Cuffley met for sermons in ‘the Cabin’, but as the population increased they had to build a proper church and the small church of St.Martin de Porres, in Church Close, was built and opened in 1962.

Contact St Martin de Porres Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Church St. Martins de Porres, Church Close, Cuffley. Tel: 01707 874232

Northaw & Cuffley Parish Council

7, Maynard Place, Cuffley, EN6 4JA
Open to Serve the Public
11:30am - 2:30pm
Tuesday to Friday inclusive

T: 01707 875825

 

 

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