The CCF, for over forty years, has held talks, courses and events to serve the ongoing formation of the lay people in the Archdiocese of Southwark. The Office for the Ongoing Formation of Priests works closely with the CCF to both nourish the faith life of our priests and help them in their task to guide the people in their pastoral care.
A vitally important part of this work is raising awareness of disability. God does not discriminate, indeed all are of equal value in the eyes of God and all deserve the very best that we can offer.
If you want to get in touch please complete the webform below or email, phone, write to us. You might even wish to pay us a visit - you'd be very welcome.
The Centre for Catholic Formation
21 Tooting Bec Road, London SW17 8BS.
Telephone: 020 8672 7684
Facsimile: 020 8672 8894
In order to e-mail a staff member directly, please find the address on 'The Team' section of this website.
Entrance located between St Anselm's Catholic Primary School and Sainsburys Local. Nearest tube station - Tooting Bec, 100m from Tooting Bec Road exit. Nearest mainline rail station - Balham, approximately 1/2 mile from Tooting Bec. London Transport Buses serving Tooting Bec are: 155, 219, 249, 319 and 355. Visitors parking is available at CCF.
About the Centre for Catholic Formation
Once the family residence of the Macmillan publishing family and host to authors such as Henry James and Thomas Hardy, 21 Tooting Bec Road is now home to the Centre for Catholic Formation. The CCF, as it is known, is an agency of the Archdiocese of Southwark and serves the parishes and people of the diocese in the work of sharing and learning the Faith. This is achieved, mainly, through study days, talks, parish based training and courses. The director and advisers are on hand for the parishes of the three episcopal areas of the diocese and other members of staff are always ready to lend their wisdom and talents to supporting the Church's mission.
On the occasion of the Centre's 40th anniversary a fascinating history was produced. An updated summary of the Centre's history will be made available during next year's 50th anniversary year.