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.
Winter at St Paul's
There's a great programmes of events and special services over the coming months at St Paul's and we really hope you can join us for some of them!
Thursday 1 November Tea Club
A drop in event with tea and cakes in the church between 3-5pm,Please do spread the word to anyone you know who might like to come along for a chat and a cuppa. This is a free community event and we are aiming to provide a warm and welcoming space for anyone looking for some company.
Sunday 4 November 10 am
All Saints Service
Sunday 4 November Fireworks Party 5.30pm
Our famous annual Fireworks and Bonfire is back! Join us in the Vicarage garden for fun, fireworks and refeshments. The ticket prices includes the choice of a free beef burger/hot dog/vegetarian option and cake! This is the best family fireworks event in town and it's always very popular so be sure to get your tickets early, as for health and safety reasons the numbers are finite and if all tickets have been sold in advance, you won't be able to get them on the door! Family Tickets are £36, Adults £12 and Children £5 - plus the Eventbrite fees. Go to www.eventbrite.co.uk and search St Paul's Fireworks to buy yours now!
I Knew A SImple Soldier Boy Armistice Concert
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday 18th November: 6pm
All Souls Evensong Service
Saturday 24th November 7.30pm: Hounslow Symphony Orcehstra
Fauré: Pelleas et Melisande Suite
Saint-Saëns: Rondo Capriccioso for Violin and Orchestra
Soloist: Fenella Humphreys
Brahms: Symphony No 3
Tickets £12.10/£8.80/£4 ( in advance or £14/£10/£4 on the door.
To book please visit http://www.wegottickets.com/event/444721 or for more information go to www.hounslow-symphony.org.uk
Saturday 1 December
Christmas Fair in the Church
Lots of opportunities to buy Christmas presents at this festive event,
which will have a multitude of different stalls as well as activities for children.
Sunday 9 December 4-5:30 pm
Advent Messy Church!
We would like to welcome all children to join us in a celebration of Advent. It's time to get crafty in our preparations for Christmas and this will be an interactive service so please dress to mess! Children of all ages are invited together with accompanying adults. If you would like more information about this service, which is a new venture for our church, then please email Shelagh at 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.
Sunday 23 December : Christmas Choral Evensong 6pm
An evening celebration with choral singing, carols and mulled wine!
Monday 24 December: Christmas Eve
Family Carols at 4 pm and 11.30 pm service
Tuesday 25 December: Christmas Day
Family service with nativity at 10 am