St Barnabas Day
13 June 2021
“Then when Barnabas arrived, he rejoiced and began to encourage them...” -Acts 11.23
Tomorrow is the Festival of St Barnabas - our patron saint. Join us for joy-filled worship as we give thanks for the life and work of our parish church.
This week we are trialling a slightly rejigged format of this e-news. Remember to scroll through to the bottom to see all the information!
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With every blessing,
Fr. Justin and the Ministry Team
Sunday - The Festival of St Barnabas (click for order of service)
Virtual Noisy Mass at 9:45 via Zoom.
Children's Church RESTARTS at 10.30 in person
Tuesday - Evelyn Underhill, spiritual writer, 1941
Morning Prayer at 9:30 via Zoom.
Church Open for Private Prayer 10:00 to 16:00
Wednesday - Richard, bishop, 1253;
Joseph Butler, bishop, philosopher, 1752.
Outdoor Mass at 12:30 on the front lawn.
Open Garden with Cream Tea and Brass Band Sunday 11th July, 3-5 pm. A wonderful event for the whole family celebrating our church gardens. Find out the details here.
St Barnabas Psalmathon Saturday 17 July, 10am to 5.30pm. A fundraiser for the church’s new live streaming system. We’re inviting you to join us as we make our way through the whole book of Psalms. Let's get creative and have some fun. You can read, sing, chant, rap, lipsync your Psalms, use different translations, another language, or even sign language. Click here to sign up. Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
West London Citizens is hiring. If you’re passionate about helping to create green jobs, they are seeking a new Just Transition Senior Project Manager. Click here for details.
The Food Pantry is open Wednesdays 1 - 3 pm. Click here to find out how you can support this important outreach ministry.
Diocese of London partners with ‘Shout 85258’ text service.
The Diocese of London have partnered with the mental health text support service to bolster its support for those experiencing mental health challenges across the city. Shout is a free, 24/7, confidential and anonymous service for anyone who is struggling to cope. People can text the word ‘Neighbour’ to 85258 and immediately be connected to one of Shout’s trained volunteers. Find our more.