The Grosvenor Chapel
The Grosvenor Chapel

             This Week

The Chapel is now open for private prayer during the week and for public worship on Thursdays & Sundays

 

At the Chapel this week

All live-streamed Services are available

by clicking here.

 

Sunday, 27th September
11am, Sung Eucharist
Michael and All Angels

Celebrant and Preacher:

Fr Richard Fermer
(in Chapel & Online)
3.30pm Sunday Club with Mthr Santou Beurklian-Carter

 

28th September, Monday 7.30am,

Morning Prayer (Online) led by Fr Alan Piggot

 

29th September, Tuesday 6.30pm

"Rebuilding the Church II: Scripture” (Online)

led by Gary Eaborn

 

30   Wednesday, 6pm, Evening Prayer (BCP) with Homily (Online)
 Jerome, Translator of the Scriptures, Teacher of the Faith, 420,
led by Fr Alistair MacDonald-Radcliff

 

1st October, Thursday

8am, Said Eucharist (S. Remigius, bishop 533), led by Fr Richard (Online & in Chapel)

8pm Rebuilding the Church II: Group Session (Online) hosted by Gary Eaborn

 

4  Sunday, 11am Sung Eucharist for Harvest Festival & the Feast of St Francis of Assisi (The Closing Celebration of the Season of Creation) Celebrant: Fr Richard Fermer, Preacher: Fr Alan Piggot (In Chapel & Online)

Junior Sunday Club

 

New Chapel Teaching Series: "Rebuilding the Church"

 

CHAPEL OPENING TIMES

Monday - Thursday:

 8.30am to 4.30pm

Friday: 8.30am to 2pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: 9am to 1pm

 

Listen to our

"Music & Mindfulness"

series of prayers for our times,
set to music.

 

WCC COVID Advice for Residents

Our Easter Newsletter

MiSSION ACTION PLAN

CHAPEL’S MISSION STATEMENT

 

  • Christian community, in the liberal catholic tradition of the Church of England, that worships on a Sunday, but also supports a mid-week Christian community of working people, our parish school, ecumenical work, outreach to those in our local community and the possibility of other configurations of Christian life. Our heritage is to be shared beyond its centre in our Sunday worship. 
  • spiritual oasis in midst of a bustling city, where people can come for rest and refreshment, reflection and prayer, worship and thanksgiving. Our setting next to Mount Street Gardens and with the beautiful stillness of our Chapel, offers a place to find the peace and comfort of God in our lives.
  • A place of celebration, where people come to ask God’s blessing and to give thanks for some of the key moments of their lives: birth, marriage, significant anniversaries, death. Also a place of celebration for our local community of Mayfair, where people can mark important moments in the life of local society.
  • An inclusive place, promoting the values of God’s Kingdom, confident, compassionate and creative (Capital Vision): Not only is our welcome generous, but we wish to be generous with our space, so that it can be used widely by the local community and those beyond. We recognise and value the different levels of commitment and belonging to the Chapel: our core Sunday congregation; mid-week congregants and participants; those linked to the Chapel by the Occasional Offices; our local residential and working communities of Mayfair.
  • An Iconic place: The Chapel is not only a valued local landmark, within the “village of Mayfair” and hub of school, library, church and shops, and has a significant history to share. Yet, it is much more than a building. The Chapel’s interior architecture, liturgy and music speaks of the “beauty of holiness”. Icons are windows onto the Divine. We wish to be, not just as a building, but as faithful communities, witnesses to the Divine, reaching out to share God’s love with others.
  • Even though we are a gathered community on Sunday, we are committed to serve our Parish, and are engaged in our local community of Mayfair, through partnerships with local residents, businesses, school, library and other institutions. Our parish is both local and international at the same time, like our gathered community on a Sunday, and we recognise that we are part of a global city.
  • Christian Formation: The Chapel community values preaching which is exploratory, challenging, and that respects questioning. In the past the Chapel has hosted Liddon House (a centre for the Christian formation of young working graduates) and the William Temple Foundation. The Chapel seeks to re-envision this aspect of our heritage: to be a Christian centre of education and practice that benefits the Church as a whole and encourages others to think on God and the Christian message.
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