About the event
Nightfever London runs every four to six weeks at St Patrick’s Soho Square, a busy Catholic Church in the centre of London.
Each evening is begins with the celebration of Mass at 6pm. Directly after Mass, volunteers for the street missions assemble downstairs in the community centre to plan the evening.
Directly after Mass, the Blessed Sacrament is placed on the Altar for Adoration, musicians begin to play, and priests arrive to hear confessions. The evening continues until Compline, Night Prayer, at 10.30pm.
We’re looking forward to see you!
Nightfever nights are organised entirely by young volunteers. There are many different activities where we always need additional assistance.
Anybody can play a part in Nightfever using his unique abilities. Whether it is by playing music, inviting people in pedestrian zones, receiving visitors at the church, or setting up the music system. You are free to first get a taste of different activities without any obligation. Just help out spontaneously or contact us beforehand.
And don’t worry: Helping out is not a full-time job! Donate as much of your time as you are able to and would like to do. You are already helping out a lot if you just assist us for maybe an hour during a Nightfever night.