Church of England See of Richborough Diocese of St Albans Luton Deanery

About Us at St Saviour's Church

At the heart of traditional Anglo-Catholic worship, in Luton

We are a very friendly and welcoming congregation.  Our worship is traditional Anglo-Catholic. Roman vestments and incense are used during the Solemn Mass. The mass is celebrated eastward facing in a large, superbly attractive church, which is a ten minute walk from Luton Train Station. The rite observes all Catholic Privileges, with traditional ceremonial and traditional sung responses. Resolutions A, B and C are in place, enabling all to worship in confidence. The Parish of St Saviour is located in the Deanary of Luton, the Archdeaconry of Bedford and the Diocese of St Alban's. The parish is under the episcopal care of the The Right Reverend Norman Banks, the Bishop of Richborough (Provincial Episcopal Visitor).
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