The Grosvenor Chapel
The Grosvenor Chapel

             This Week

Our Sunday Club is run by a trained minister

 

Palm Sunday - 14th April

10.45 am Liturgy of the Palms

in Mount Street

Gardens followed by

Sung Eucharist in

Grosvenor Chapel

 

Holy Monday - 15th April

8.30 am Morning Prayer

6.00 pm Said Eucharist

 

Holy Tuesday - 16th April

8.30 am Morning Prayer

12.30 pm Said Eucharist

7.00 pm Stations of the Cross

starting at Farm Street RC

Church and ending at

Grosvenor Chapel followed

by refreshments

 

Holy Wednesday -

17th April

8.00 am Said Eucharist

 

Maundy Thursday -

18th April

8.30 am Morning Prayer

7.00 pm Solemn Mass of the

Last Supper and Watch

 

Good Friday - 19th April

8.30 am Morning Prayer

12.00 noon The Liturgy of

our Lord's Passion

 

Holy Saturday - 20th April

10.00 am Morning Prayer

 

Easter Sunday - 21st April

5.30 am Dawn Mass followed bybreakfast in the Garden Room

11.00 am Sung Eucharist for

Easter Day with orchestra

 

Thursday 25th April

8.00 am Said Eucharist

 

Friday 26th April

8.30 am Said Eucharist

11.00 am Funeral

 

Sunday 28th April

11.00 am Sung Eucharist on the Second Sunday of Easter

with Holy Baptism

 

Assistant priest: the rev'D DR ALAN PIGGOT

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.

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