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 and during this service, there is a creche for children at the back of the church. We have a large hall adjoining the church which is available for anyone in the local community to use. Click the Community Hall button to find out more. St Paul's is now supporting a food bank and donations are most welcome. Click on the Charities button for more information.
Spring into Summer at St Paul's!
Thursday 16 May 7pm: Jonathan AItken Talk and Q&A
FROM POWER TO PRISON TO PEACE
We hope you can join us for this free talk by former MP and Cabinet Minister Jonathan Aitken. He will discuss his life, including his
time as an MP, going to prison and how he came to Christian faith. He was ordained last June at St Paul’s Cathedral by the Bishop of London and now combines being a curate at St Matthew’s Westminster
with being a chaplain at HMP Pentonville. Jonathan is the author of seventeen books including award-winning biographies of John Newton (the author
of Amazing Grace), Richard Nixon and Margaret Thatcher. He is also a well-known broadcaster and columnist
for the Times and other newspapers.
The talk will be folloed by a Q&A session, chaired by Torin Douglas. The bar will open for refreshments at 6:30pm.
Sunday 26 May 4.30 - 6pm
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 email@example.com
Sunday 2 June 6pm
A concert for piano and voice, by Marie-Therese and Madeleine Royal who will perform music by Schubert and Brahms.
Thursday 6 June 3-5pm
All are welcome at the St Paul's Tea Club which is on the first Thursday of every month, from 3-5pm. Pop in for a cuppa and a chat - you may make some new friends or catch up with your neighbours! If the weather is nice then we will meet in the lovely church garden!
Friday 7th June 7pm
PIANO RECITAL BY NICHOLAS McCARTHY
The Towersey Foundation and St Paul's are pleased to present this concert by Nicholas McCarthy, who was born without his right hand and has achieved national and
international recognition for his playing, appearing all over the world including at the 2012 Paralympics. His debut album Solo was a top ten bestseller. He will perform works
by Blumanfield, Rachmaninov, Nigel Hess, Richard Strauss, Brahms, Bellini, Bartok, Scriabin and others. Tickets are £15 which include a buffet supper/£12
concessions. The concert is a fundraiser for St Paul‘s Church and the Towersey Foundation which brings music therapy to those with non-curable conditions. For more information please contact
Carolyn Ashford-Russell on
020 8994 2594 or 07504 649917 or on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday 9 June
Family Eucharist Service at 10 am in church.
Sunday 9 June 4pm
St Paul's Children's Church is for small children (from toddlers to juniors) and parents are very welcome to stay with their little ones if they'd like to. The session lasts for about an hour and is very interactive with music, stories, experiments crafts and refreshments! Do come along and try it out!
Monday 10 June 8pm
All are welcome at our book group, which takes place at 8pm in the vicarage. Our book is The Greening by Margaret Coles, a novel which featres the mystic Juliun of Norwich who we have encountered before in the Book Group!.For more information about the book club, please email Shelagh at email@example.com
Tuesday 25 June to Saturday 29th June
The St Michael's Players return to St Pauls to perform this fabulously frothy 50's classic in the beautiful surroundings of the church garden. There will be BBQ food and a bar and this is a show that all the family can enjoy with tuneful songs, a magical piano and even a flying saucer!
Sunday 30 June 6pm
Celebrating the Feast of St Peter and St Paul