The Grosvenor Chapel
The Grosvenor Chapel

             This Week

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

 

At the Chapel this week

All live-streamed Services are available here:

www.facebook.com/
thegrosvenorchapel/

 

Tuesday 4th August
Online only at 6pm

Evening Meditation

(Jean-Baptiste Vianney,curé d’Ars, spiritual guide 1859) 

Teaching Series:

“The Fruit of the Spirit” I. "Joy"

led by Gary Eaborn

 

Wednesday 5th August

Online only at 7.30am

Morning Prayer

(Oswald, King & martyr d.642)

led by Fr Alan Piggot

 

Thursday 6th August

Online only at 8am

Morning Meditation

The Feast of the Transfiguration

Teaching Series: “The Fruit of the Spirit” - II. “Joy”

led by Fr Richard Fermer
 

Friday 7th August

Online only at 6pm

BCP Evensong

(John Mason Neale,
priest, hymn writer d.1866)

led by Fr Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

 

Sunday 9th August

At the Chapel & Online at 11am

Solemn Eucharist Trinity IX

Celebrant and Preacher:
The Rev’d Dr Alan Piggot
3.30pm Sunday Club Social

5pm Fellowship Group

 

CHAPEL OPENING TIMES

Monday 3rd August: 9am - 1pm

4th - 7th August: Closed

Sunday 9th August: 9.30am - 1pm

 

Listen to our

"Music & Mindfulness"

series of prayers for our times,
set to music.

 

WCC COVID Advice for Residents

 

Our Easter Newsletter

MAYFAIR ART WEEKEND 2020

26 - 28th June

 

The Chapel will be making a proposal for an exhibition to reflect concerns on Climate Change and the good stewardship of God's creation.

 

Watch this space!

MAYFAIR ART WEEKEND 28th -30th June 2019
www.mayfairartweekend.com
 
The Chapel first participated in the Mayfair Art Weekend in 2018. This year the Chapel is again exhibiting art works by our members and guests. This year's exhibition is entitled: “Out Fall”. This combines both the sense of “falling out” of loss and rupture, exile and departure, the consequences of decisions. It also draws on the out flow of water. The first civilizations started around rivers, which were key to the development of human culture and agriculture. Rivers were the point that people and goods could go in and out. They were also the channel for invaders to enter. They allowed for a transmission through which exposure to difference and exchange could take place. The artists want to hold these two aspects in tension.
 
Exhibiting Artists: Fungai Benhura, Mark Dean,  Georgina Fermer, Harriet Hedden, Theo Hobson, James Melloy, Theokritos Papadopoulos, Helen Rawlins, Erika Winstone.
 
Opening Times & Special Events: 28th – 30th June
Friday  28th    10.30am - 5pm 
                        6 – 8pm Opening Event (open to all) with artists present.
Saturday 29th 11am -5pm 
Sunday 30th    9am – 10.30am & 12.30 – 5pm 
                       1pm – 2.30pm Artists’ Guided Tour.
 
 
 
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