Weekly notices

Twenty Fifth Week
in Ordinary Time, Year A
24th September, 2023
Services this week

6.00 p.m. Choral Evensong and Benediction
Introit: O nata lux, Tallis
Responses: Ayleward
Canticles: Short Service, Gibbons
Anthem: Civitas sancti tui, Byrd
Voluntary: Fantasia in C minor, BWV 562, J. S. Bach 
Pimlico Voices, dir. Jack Yates

Mass: Twenty Fifth Week in Ordinary Time,
Year 1

Tuesday        10.00 a.m.    Feria                                             
Hugh Mews, Jane Austen House

Wednesday    9.10 a.m.    School Mass
5.30 p.m.    Choral Evensong
with the P.M.F.
6.30 p.m.    St Vincent de Paul
Johnsons Place, Keats House

Thursday        9.30 a.m.    Feria
Kirkstall House, Langdale House

Friday             9.30 a.m.     St Michael & All Angels
Lenthall House, Littleton House

Saturday         9.30 a.m.     St Jerome
Longmore Street, Lowther House

Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time,
Year A

8.00 a.m.       Holy Communion (trad. language)
Members of the congregation who live
outside of the parish
10.30 a.m.     Sung Mass
Parish & Congregation
6.00 p.m.       Choral Evensong & Benediction

dates for the diary
this week
Thursday: Bible Study, 7.00 p.m. at 30 Warwick Square.
Next Sunday: see below
future events
Sing Out Pimlico! Community Choir doesn’t meet this week. Returns 7.00 p.m., Monday, 2nd October at the Parish House. All welcome.
Pimlico Musical Foundation Adult Chorus returns, 7.00 p.m., Wednesday, 4th October in Church. All welcome.
If you would like to learn more about the Christian Faith, perhaps with a view to Christening or Confirmation, please see Fr Owen. The Bishop of Fulham will baptise and confirm at St Gabriel’s on Sunday, 11th February.

For ticketed events (ie NOT the services) go to;


Opera Gala & Songs from the Shows
6.00 – 7.00 p.m., Friday, 29th September

You are warmly invited to join us for an evening programme performed by rising star siblings, Helena Moore, soprano, and Johannes Moore, baritone. Be transported through the magical world of opera with a selection of arias and duets by Mozart, Donizetti, moving through to musical theatre numbers including works from the greats: Rodgers & Hammerstein as well as Stephen Sondheim.

Both siblings have been members of St Gabriel’s Choir having also trained as professional singers at the Royal Academy of Music.

Jazz by Candlelight – Harry Baker Trio & Liselotte Östblom
8.00 – 9.30 p.m. Friday, 29th September

Visiting St Gabriel’s is Jazz pianist Harry Baker and Swedish and London-based artist, producer, song-writer, virtuosic vocalist and fearless improviser, Liselotte Östblom.
A key player on the UK jazz and classical scenes, Harry has performed at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Wigmore Hall and the Royal Festival Hall. Baker is an award-winning improvising pianist and composer active in jazz, classical and new-music settings. His music has been featured on Jazz FM and BBC Radio 3.

Dixit Dominus
7.00 p.m., Saturday, 30th September
Laudate Choir and Endelienta Baroque (for further details, see below under future concerts)

PATRONAL FESTIVAL, Sunday, 1st October
Sung Mass
10.30 a.m.
Chilcott ‘A Little Jazz Mass’ with the Harry Baker Trio and St Gabriel’s Choir

Organ Concert
5.00 p.m.
with David King, Organist of St Gabriel’s, music by J.S. Bach and Guilmant.
Admission free, retiring collection for the organ recital fund.

5.40 p.m.

Choral Evensong
6.00 p.m.
Preacher: Rev’d Roderick Leece, Rector, St George, Hanover Square
with St Gabriel’s Choir and Orchestra, includes Stanford Evening Service in A,

Future concerts

Trumpet and Organ Recital
Adam Meyer – Trumpet, David King – Organ,
6.45 p.m. – 8.00 p.m., Friday, 20 October
Tickets: £10, U30s £5, children free.

Organ Recital

Richard Pinnell, Director of Music, St Mary’s Bourne Street
6.45 p.m. – 8.00 p.m., Friday 17 November
Tickets: £10, U30s £5, children free.


Dixit Dominus
Laudate Choir directed by Howard Ionascu
Baroque Choral and Instrumental music by Blow, Handel and Purcell
7.30 p.m., Saturday, 30th September
Tickets: https://tinyurl.com/laudatedixit

Music from the Vienna First School
St James’ Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Levon Parikian, Maria Gomes clarinet
Magic Flute Overture and Clarinet Concerto, Mozart, & Symphony No. 8 ‘Unfinished,’ Schubert
7.30 p.m., Saturday, 7th October
Tickets: £12, concessions £5, music students free.

Endless Time: Choral music of Loss and Consolation
Londinium Chamber Choir, conducted by Andrew Griffiths
7.30 p.m., Friday, 13th October
Tickets: £14 (‘earlybird’), £16, £10 (u.25)

Red Moon
8.00 p.m., Saturday, 14th October
Candle light concert chamber Trio
Chinese pop songs from Jay Chou,JJ Lin…
Also Games of Thrones,Joe Hisaishi,Lalaland…

Come and Sing – Mozart Requiem
with Choir of the Earth and soloists from the Fieri Consort
10.00 a.m. (doors open) – 5.00 p.m.
Further information: www.labradorevents.com/mozart-requiem-tour#London

Sponsor a Pipe. We hope to raise £50,000 towards the total cost of £340,000 to renew the organ (If you would like further details or a sponsorship form, please contact Fr Owen or David King).

Sponsor a Pipe. We hope to raise £50,000 towards the total cost of £340,000 to renew the organ. If you would like further details or a sponsorship form, please contact Fr Owen or David King.