Welcome to St Paul's Church Grove Park, Chiswick
We would be delighted if you came to worship with us in this church which has been used for Christian worship since 1872. Christians of all denominations are welcome here, as are those searching for God and indeed the simply curious. Our main act of worship is at 10am on Sunday. During this service, there is a creche for children at the back of the church.
Autumn at St Paul's
There's a great programmes of events and special services this Autumn at St Paul's and we really hope you can join us for some or all of them!
Tuesday 25 September 8pm
All are welcome at our book group, which takes place in the vicarage.We will be discussing Band of Angels by Kate Cooper which is about the forgotten world of early Christian women. For more information about the book club, please email Shelagh at email@example.com
Friday 28 September 7.30pm: Country Concert
Nashville singer Stephen Simmons and guitarist Dave Coleman
Ten albums into an already acclaimed career, Stephen Simmons has sharpened his rootsy folk-rock style, that mixes the twang of country music — a genre that provided the soundtrack for his childhood in small-town Tennessee — with the sharp observations of a singer/songwriter and the stomp of rural, roadhouse rock & roll. The stories provide a backdrop for Simmons’ distinctive voice, an 'alt-country croon', inspired by everyone from Don Williams to Bruce Springsteen. Tickets available from Eventbrite here.
Sunday 30 September 10am
Please join us for our Harvest Celebration. During the service we will collect any donations of food which will be given to the Upper Room Project in Shepherd's Bush, who work to help the homeless. Non-perishable goods are preferred - although home grown produce is also welcome!
Sunday 30 September 4.30pm
Youth Group in the Vicarage
Everyone from ages 11-17 is most welcome to join us in the vicarage between 4.30-6pm. The Youth Group comprises a mixture of activities such as sport, baking, table tennis, snooker and some discussion of philosophical or religious ideas where doubts are welcomed and questions encouraged! We want to provide a safe and non-judgemental space for young people to explore what they really believe and what they think about God and the church. If you'd like to find out more then please contact Bea Vickers on 07766 491716 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 1 October 8pm
Book Club in the Vicarage
After the delightful experience of Nouwen’s meditation on Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son, we are going to read a short book - Living the Lord’s Prayer by Archbishop Rowan Williams and Sister Wendy Beckett. Michel has a set of them and will make them available in church for anyone who is interested. For more information about the book club, please email Shelagh at email@example.com
Thursday 4 October 3pm
A drop in event with tea and cakes in the church between 3-5pm.
Sunday 7 October 5pm
We would like to welcome all children to join us in a celebration of water in the world, and why Water Aid matters. This will be an interactive service so please dress to mess! Children of all ages are invited together with accompanying adults. If you woudl like more information about this service, which is a new venture for our church, then please contact Shelagh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 11 November 4:30 and 7:30pm
This concert brings to you the voices and music of those who participated in and lived through the Great War in a moving and emotional performance exactly 100 years after the Armistice. Drawing on the personal reminiscences of ordinary people and contemporary soldiers' songs and music, a choir of 55 adults, a children's choir of 35 from the Unicorn school in Kew, a professional orchestra of 15 players under the direction of West End musical director Michael Reed and a number of professional guest soloists together with the actor Simon Shepherd as the narrator, will draw you in to an emotional and enjoyable evening which is a fitting commemoration of those who fought and fell in the Great War.
There are two perfomances on Sunday 11th November at 4:30 and 7:30pm.
The 2014 concert to mark the start of WWI (photos www.iknewasimplesoldier.weebly.com) was a complete sell-out, so it is strongly recomended that you get your tickets early! They are available now from www.eventbrite.co.uk Seach: Simple Soldier Boy. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Sunday 9 December 7pm Second Sunday Concert
The Alfred and Salamanda Sax Quartet
Doors and the bar open at 6.45pm. All second Sunday concerts are free so do come and join us to hear this fabulous quartet who were extremely popular last time they played at St Paul's! The Quartet are Amanda Lakin (Soprano Sax), Alan Lakin (Alto Sax), Sally Shaub (Tenor Sax) and Fred Shaub (Baritone Sax). They are friends who met at the Royal Academy and Royal Colleges of music, and the spark that ignited the creation of the ensemble was a street party in Wimbledon to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee! They have since played in many events and perform a wide repertoire of music from renaissance to contemporary in many different styles.