The Parish Mass is on Sundays at 10:30am both in person and on Zoom. On Solemnities and Feast days this takes the form of a High Mass on 'Ordinary' Sundays this will be a Sung Mass. This lasts for about an hour and is followed by refreshments.
Choral Evensong is sung once a month; check this website for dates.
A Low Mass is celebrated on Thursday at 1:00pm. This lasts for about 30 minutes. There is also a service on Friday at 8:30am of Holy Communion at St Paul's Rossmore Road.
Monday - Friday each day on Zoom only 6:00 pm Evening Prayer. Taken from the Book of Common Prayer and lasting about 25 minutes.
10th December 2023 at 10:30am Advent 2 Parish Mass Celebrant & Preacher:Rev'd Clare Dowding Director of Music:Julian Collings Organist: Alex Wilson TheMass Setting:Missa Sancti Pauli; Caesar Motet; How beautiful are the feet; Stainer
Christmas Services. Sunday 17th December at 6:00pm, Nine Lessons and Carols Sunday 24th December, Parish Mass at 10:30am Midnight Maas at 11:30pm Monday 25th December Mass of the Incarnation at 10:30am Sunday 7th January Mass of Epiphany at 10:30am
If you would like to discuss arrangements for Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals these can be made by telephoning either The Rev'd Clare Dowding on 020 7723 0426 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Fr Michael Fuller on 020 7723 0426 or email on email@example.com
Confessions are heard by appointment with the clergy. Within the Anglican Church, the practice of confession and absolution is usually seen as part of corporate worship, particularly at Mass. The form involves a call to repentance by the priest, a period of silent prayer and reflection, a form of confession said together by all present and then the pronouncement of God's forgiveness by the priest accompanied by the sign of the cross. However, the sacrament of confession as a one-to-one is also practiced and is common within our Catholic Tradition. Many people still engage in a discipline of making their confession before major Feasts or more generally throughout the year, every 6 weeks or so. If you have never made your confession and would like to talk through what this involves, please contact the clergy who would be happy to advise.