Hornsey parish church


Hornsey Parish Church is part of the Church of England in the Edmonton Area o the Diocese of London, which in turn is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. 

They are a diverse and vibrant church with a congregation representative of the varied community the Hornsey is: young and older, married, single and partnered, straight and gay, British and international. The style of the worship is focused upon the Eucharist. 

They see the liturgical life as very important: not fussy and celebrated with attention and care. 

There is something for everyone at Hornsey Parish Church.


Hornsey Parish was probably formed in about the thirteen century at the time a church was built in the village of Hornsey. The Parish fell within the Ossulstone Hundred of Middlesex and in later times it was part of the Finsbury division of the Hundred. The Hornsey Parish boundary ran from Stoke Newington, in the south, through Stroud Green to Highgate in the west, and from near Colney Hatch in the north, past Muswell Hill, and a detached portion of Clerkenwell Parish, eastwards to the Tottenham Parish border and then along Green Lanes back to Stoke Newington.

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