Weekly notices


Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
18th June, 2017

6.00 p.m. Choral Evensong & Benediction
Introit: Hide not thou thy face, Farrant
Responses: Ayleward
Canticles: Dyson in F
Anthem: O thou the central orb,
Voluntary: Allegretto from Sonata 4 Op. 65, Mendelssohn
Sung by Pimlico Voices, directed by Ralph Allwood


Mass: Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time, Year 1

Tuesday         9.30 a.m     Feria
Pram Service
Gilbert House

Wednesday    9.15 a.m.    School Mass
Mass in the school, Churchill Gardens.
All are welcome (enter via Reception).
6.30 p.m.    Feria
Gillingham Mews
8.00 p.m.    Compline

Thursday       7.30 a.m.     St Alban
Gillingham Row, Gillingham Street

Friday           10.00 a.m.   Sacred Heart
Glastonbury House, Gloucester Street

Saturday        9.30 a.m,
Birth of St John the Baptist
Grosvenor Road, Guildhouse Street


Next Sunday,
Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time,
Year A

8.00 a.m.    Holy Communion (B.C.P.)
Hallam House, Hawthorne House
10.30 a.m.  Sung Mass
with Children’s Church
Parish and Congregation
6.00 p.m.    Choral Evensong & Benediction
7.30 p.m.    Mass

Children are invited join the Children’s Church in the Vestry Hall during the first hymn. They return later in the service so we can receive communion together.


First Aid Training: Monday, June 26th, The Thamesbank Centre for Pimlico Residents and organisations. Contact via BigLocalSW1@hotmail.com
London International a Capella Choral Competition: 1.10 p.m. concerts for free at St Gabriel’s on Monday, June 26th, Tuesday 27th, Thursday 29th & Friday 30th. See liacc.org.uk for details and when local choirs such as The Cantus Ensemble, Iken Scholars & Schola Cantorum of Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School are singing.
PCC: 7.30 p.m., in chrch, Thursday, 6th July.

Prayer for Seven: you are invited to pray daily for a year for seven people that they may come closer to God.

Parish Prayers: if you would like to join in this, please see Fr Owen.


What’s it all mean?

If you have questions about God and Jesus and you’ve never quite got around to asking those questions, or if you’d like to be confirmed, please see Fr Owen. We meet at times convenient to you.  We meet up as often and as many times as you need.

The Westminster Chapel Foodbank which meets in the Parish Halls as part of the Pimlico Hub at St Gabriel’s, requests the following items;
Tins of fruit
UHT milk
Rice pudding/custard
Tinned tomatoes
Pasta sauce
Tinned vegetables
Cleaning fluids   Toiletries   Toilet roll
Sanitary towels   Cooking oil   Herbs & Spices

Items can be left at the back of church. Currently the Foodbank is open on Mondays.


Vicar: Fr Owen Higgs










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