The Yoruba of Westminster Cathedral is an ethnic, religious group, born out of the need to maintain togetherness and a mood of prayer during the Coronavirus pandemic. It started in June 2020, via conference call, due to the restrictions on physical meetings. Yoruba is one of three main ethnic tribes in Nigeria that share similar values and culture and a common language also called Yoruba.

The group was established to care for members and to encourage the deepening of both the Roman Catholic faith and Yoruba culture. It brings members together to work for the spiritual, intellectual and material welfare of members and their families, for mutual support in times of need, financially, morally and spiritually. It meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month from 13.30 – 15.00 in the Hinsley Room. Meetings begin with prayers, rosary and songs. For more information please contact Mr Benedict Adu email: