St Aidan's, East Acton, London

window designed by Pierre Fourmaintreaux

St Aidan's is located on one of the main shopping streets of east Acton close to the Underground Station. Built in 1961 and consecrated in 1972, the church has been one of the primary places of worship for Catholics in the area for many generations.

Featured artworks in this location:

Other artworks in this location:

Sanctuary and porch stained glass by Pierre Fourmaintraux; baptistery ceramic wall by Adam Kossowski; Saints carved in limewood by Arthur JJ Ayres, George Campbell, P Lindsey Clark and Kathleen Parbury; Stations of the cross in concrete by Arthur Fleischmann

Practical information:

Sun: Mass 9am, 11am (sung); Hds: 10am, 7.30pm;
Weekdays: 10am;
Confession: 5.30pm-6.15pm

Address:

85 Old Oak Common Lane
East Acton
London
W3 7DD
Greater London

Telephone: 020 8743 5732

Official website: http://www.rcdow.org.uk/actoneast/default.asp