Gardens of the Imagination exhibition now showing.
Friday, 29th April
9.15am Act of Worship for St George's School
12.30pm Said Eucharist, S. Catherine of Siena
Sunday, 1st May
11am Sung Eucharist for the Sixth Sunday of Easter
Tuesday 3rd May
12.30pm Said Eucharist, Feast of the Apostles Philip and James.
Wednesday 4th May
12.30pm Midday Prayer
Sunday 8th May, The Licensing of the Rev'd Dr Alan Piggot as Assistant Priest & the second Chapel Lunch at the Millennium Hotel.
Saturday 14th May 6.45pm
A celebration of 25 years of the
chapel's William Drake organ.
Concert performed by Richard Hobson.
Admission free - suggested donation £10 to include post concert reception.
Welcome to the website of the Grosvenor Chapel.
The Chapel has served the parish of Mayfair since 1730, offering reverential worship with high quality music in the intimate and beautiful space of the Chapel, alongside exploratory and thoughtful preaching: “unafraid to reason, unashamed to adore”. As a witness to the light of Christ in the heart of Mayfair, we aim to serve working people through the week, local residents, visiting tourists and those who come to our Sunday Eucharist or wish to be married here. We have an active Sunday Club for children, which runs during term time, and a Parish Church School.
We are part of the Church of England's Diocese of London but also are delighted to have people from other Christian traditions as part of our family. We have a programme of Sunday studies, events, lunches, trips and concerts throughout the year and hope that you will come and join us. We try to be an open-minded, inclusive and welcoming community of faith.
As part of our outreach to the local community we are developing a programme for people with dementia and their carers ("Hymns & Pimms"). We participate in the Mayfair Neighbourhood Forum, the local cultural festival "Summer in the Square" and have helped to found and run the Mayfair Community Choir.
St Augustine’s advice is important to us: “in the primary things, unity; in the secondary things, liberality; in all things, charity”. We welcome people of belief, those who are seeking faith and friendship, and those who doubt. We look forward very much to welcoming you in the near future.
If you are coming to the Chapel by Public Transport, you may find the Transport for London Journey Planner useful.
The Chapel is in easy walking distance of both Bond Street and Green Park Tube stations.
A large number of buses from all over London pass down Park Lane, with a bus stop only 2 minutes walk from the Chapel. Buses include 16, 36, 73, 82, 148, 414, 436.
There are 2 NCP car parks in the area - Park Lane and Audley Square (although the congestion charging is a consideration as we fall just inside the zone).