All Services are currently live-streamed
Public Worship is temporarily suspended.
8.30am Morning Prayer
Day 7 in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Sunday 24thJanuary, 11am
Epiphany III (Online)
Celebrant: Fr Richard
Preacher: Fr Dominic Robinson,
S.J. Farm St RC Church
(Second Pulpit Swap)
No Coffee Time this morning
5pm Online Support Group, led by Fr Alan
8pm Final Online Vigil with Farm St Church
with Address & time for reflection & prayers
(Zoom link from Fr Richard )
Monday 25th January, 8.30am Morning Prayer (Conversion of St Paul) with Reflection for "Candles in the Dark"
Tuesday 26th January, 8am Morning Meditation
8pm Prayer & Discussion Group: “Candles in the Dark”, led by Fr Richard
Wednesday 27th January, 7.30am Morning Prayer,
Thursday, 28th January, 6.30pm Evening Prayer (BCP) with Address on Thomas Aquinas, Fr Alistair
Friday 29th January, 8.30am, Morning Meditation,
“Salve Regina”, Fr Richard
Sunday, 31st January,
11amSung Eucharist, Feast of the Presentation of our Lord,
12 noon, Online Coffee Time
an opportunity to meet up after the Service
5pm Online Support Group led by Fr Alan (contact Office)
Candlemas Quiz on Tuesday 2nd February 8pm
To enter contact the Office.
CHAPEL OPENING TIMES
Only the Chapel's Entrance is open at this time.
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm.
Sunday 9am - 1pm
Listen to our
series of prayers for our times,
set to music.
Fr Alan is our Assistant Priest, who works full-time at Church House, where he works as a Statistical Researcher. After a career in the Civil Service, Fr Alan undertook research for a DPhil at Oxford University under the supervision of the late Dr Geoffrey Rowell (bishop).
He was trained for the priesthood at Westcott House, Cambridge, and served his curacy at Stoke Newington. Staying within the Stepney Area of the Diocese of London, he became the Incumbent of St Mary's of Eton, Hackney Wick.
He was adviser to the Bishop of Stepney on social and demographic change in inner East London and co-author with Bob Jackson of "Another Capital Idea: Church Growth" in the Diocese of London 2003 – 2010.
Fr Alan has two children and continues his research into Church History, currently writing on the religious causes of the Crimean War.