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.

 

26th October, Monday, 6.30pm
Rebuilding the Church VI: Incarnating Christ 
(Online), A reflection by
Fr Richard Fermer

27th Tuesday, 7.30am
Morning Prayer (Online)
led by Fr Alan Piggot

28th Wednesday, 6.30pm
Evening Prayer (BCP)
Feast of Simon & Jude, Apostles 
led by
Fr Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

29th Thursday, 8am
Said Eucharist (in Chapel) 
(James Hannington, bishop & martyr) led by Fr Richard Fermer

8 pm, Rebuilding the Church VI: Group Session, (online)
led by Fr Alan Piggot

1st November Sunday, 11am Sung Eucharist for the Feast of All Saints. (in Chapel & online)
Celebrant: Fr Richard Fermer Preacher: Fr Alan Piggot
 

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

THE lent collection 2020

Lent is traditionally a time of almsgiving.  This year the Grosvenor Chapel Lent collection will support the charity, Tariro.  Your donation may be received on the sheet at the back of the Chapel or via the Chapel office.  Please give generously.

In 2020, we have decided to support the Diocesan Lent Appeal 2020 “Wheels for Climate Change Emergencies”, which seeks to help the Anglican Church in Angola and Mozambique, with which the Diocese of London has a longstanding companion relationship, to help them better respond to climate change and emergencies, in particular by buying 4 x 4 vehicles to reach effected areas.

 
More details on the appeal can be accessed here: https://www.london.anglican.org/mission/lentappeal/
 
Recently, the UK has experienced just how challenging the effects of climate change can be with extensive and unprecedented flood levels. Fortunately, although many lives have been turned upside down, the UK has the rescue services to attend to people and an Environment Agency, whose task is to take long-term steps to off-set the effects of flooding. Imagine what matters might be like in Africa, where such services and infrastructure does not exist. 
 
This seems to be a timely appeal and our response will show our solidarity with Christians living in Africa.
 
Chapel members will remember that the Bishop of Angola visited the Chapel and conducted a Confirmation in 2014.

"Tariro" Our Lent Charity: 2015 - 2019

 

'Tariro' means 'hope' in Shona, one of the two main languages of Zimbabwe.  TariroUK is a small grant making charity based in the UK that raises money to support orphans or young people in Zimbabwe whose parents can't look after them anymore.  The charity funds between 45 and 50 young people who need help and support in four centres in Zimbabwe through models which suit the individuals; supporting them through school and then with further education or practical projects until they are able to stand on their own two feet, as a parent would.

 

Tariro gives these children and young people hope when they had none, it gives them a reason to live, and helps them to thrive. Further information can be found at www.tarirouk.com

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