Weekly notices

Fourth Sunday in Lent,
Year A
19th March, 2023

All services are livestreamed



6.00 p.m. Choral Evensong and Benediction
Introit: Hail, blessed Virgin Mary! Wood
Responses: Plainsong
Canticles: Fauxbourdon, Morley
Anthem: Panis angelicus, Franck
Pimlico Voices, dir. Lizzy Hardy
Voluntary: Meditation in B minor, Op. 57 No. 4, Guilmant

Mass: Fourth Week in Lent, Year 1

Tuesday         9.30 a.m.    Feria
Gillingham Mews

Wednesday    9.15 a.m.    School Mass
5.30 p.m.    Choral Evensong       
6.30 p.m.    Mass
Gillingham Row, Gillingham Street

Thursday       9.30 a.m.     Feria
Glastonbury House, Gloucester Street

Friday           10.00 a.m.     Feria
Grosvenor Road, Guildhouse Street

Saturday        9.30 a.m.     The Annunciation
Hallam House, Hawthorne House

Fifth Sunday in Lent,
Year A
Passiontide begins

8.00 a.m.       Holy Communion (trad. language)
Hugh Mews, Hugh Street
10.30 a.m.     Sung Mass
Parish & Congregation
6.00 p.m.       Choral Evensong & Benediction

dates for the diary

Today: Parish Pray-ers meet after the 10.30 a.m. Mass.

Flyers for Holy Week & Easter available for distribution.

Next Sunday: Annual Parochial Church Meeting.

Confirmation: if you would like to learn more about the Christian Faith, please see Fr Owen. We look to have another confirmation before the summer.

Pimlico Musical Foundation

Sing out! Community Choir 7.00 p.m., Mondays at the Parish House.

Adult Chorus 7.00 p.m., Wednesdays in church.


Our charities are the Disasters Emergency Committee Appeal for Ukraine & the Additional Curates Society.

Stations of the Cross: 7.00 p.m., Fridays at local churches. This Friday, St Saviours.

Giving up for Lent: Fasting and Abstinence are good ways to show we take God seriously and are sorry for our sins. We should abstain from meat on Fridays if we are aged between 14 & 60, are not with child or involved in heavy labour, or if the fast would hurt our health. In those circumstances we should give some extra money to charity or time to prayer. Who should fast is as above, except the age rule begins at 16. We fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday by eating no more than one full meal and two snacks.

Future Concerts

Gaia’s Lament: A Requiem for our Time by Harry Castle (World Premier),
7.30 – 8.30 p.m.. Friday, 24th March
The Sovereign Singers, directed by Harry Castle.
Tickets: £12 on the door.

The Creation, Joseph Haydn
7.00 – 8.00 p.m., Wednesday, 29th March
P.M.F. Foundation Choir and Chorus with Southbank Sinfonia, directed by James Day
Tickets: £15 (Free U 30) from P.M.F. website.

Rachmaninov & Reger 150th Anniversary Concert
7.00 p.m. Thursday, 30th March
Joyful Company of Singers conducted by Peter Broadbent
Rachmaninov – Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
Reger – Acht Geistliche Gesänge
Doors open at 6.15pm with refreshments available – performance starts at 7pm.
Tickets: Online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/st-gabriels-concerts £18, concessions U30 and unwaged, £10 (booking fees apply).
On the door: £20, concessions U30 and unwaged, £10.

Mozart Requiem, Ave verum, Vespers, Piano Concerto in A
7.30 p.m., Saturday, 1st April
Fulham and Hammersmith Choral Society, Musical Director, Robert Patterson, Piano, Gavin Roberts,
with the Parsons Green Sinfonia
Tickets: £18, £5 U16
from www.ticketsource.co.uk/fhcs

St John Passion
7.00 p.m., Saturday, 15th April
London City Orchestra & Hesperos Choir
Conducted by Thomas Payne
Tickets: £15, £12

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.