This Sunday - in person and online
Sunday 18th April 2021
10am Service at St Barnabas
Celebrant and Preacher - Fr John Pearson-Hicks
To access to our online worship via 'zoom' use the following link:
Meeting ID: 868 6443 6924
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Our parish church is acting in accordance with Government and Church of England advice since the outbreak of COVID-19. Following advice from the Church of England on the safe use of places of worship, and updated Government guidance.
Our services are usually a combination of in person/online.
For the Melkite Church Services
please see their website
- Services -
Daily Prayers & Services using 'zoom'.
Zoom Links for:
Sundays at St Barnabas
Time: 9.45 for a 10am start
Meeting ID: 868 6443 6924
The same link as above for
Wednesdays 12.45pm Said Mass (St Barnabas)
Compline on Thursdays and the Saturday Morning Service
Meeting ID: 818 0680 8671
Thursdays 8.30pm Compline / Night Prayer (St Barnabas)
Saturdays 10am (St Barnabas)
St Stephen's lead MP/EP and we are using the 'zoom' link
Mondays 9.15am and 6pm (with St Stephen's)
Tuesdays 9.15am and 6pm (with St Stephen's)
Wednesdays 9.15am and 6pm (with St Stephen's)
Thursdays 9.15am and 6pm (with St Stephen's)
Fridays 9.15am and 6pm (with St Stephen's)
Welcome to St Barnabas Church, Pimlico Road (between Victoria Coach Station and Sloane Square). contact details and map here
St Barnabas Church is an Anglican Church which is very welcoming: please come and join us! We have a number of services and events each week. We are a small (and growing) inclusive church community - welcoming all.
Our parish has been ‘serving and encouraging’ people living, working and passing through the area since 1850. It is a beautiful Grade 1 listed church - and well worth a visit. We are actively involved in our parish school and we are seeking greater engagement with the local and wider community.
Our Vicar, Fr John Pearson-Hicks joined St Barnabas in September 2015 and since becoming the ‘full-time’ priest (Sept 2017) we have been able to be open more regularly and hold more events and services. If you would like to find out more about baptisms and weddings, or if you would just like to have a conversation about what we are doing, please don’t hesitate to contact him directly on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to talk.
Mission Action Plan 2020-2023
Ultimately we want to share the love of God with as many people as we can through being open and active and in serving the people of the parish; those who live, work, worship or pass through each day, and to encourage people in their faith journey with Jesus Christ and to give opportunity to challenge one another in our thinking.
What are our three core areas?
Church Opening Times
for Private Prayer
Saturdays 11.30am to 4.30pm
Sundays 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Tuesdays 12.30 to 4.30pm
Entrance is through the West Doors on St Barnabas Street
Face-masks must be worn inside the church.
We have a small range of greetings cards, postcards and good quality tea towels are available for sale. We can accept orders by email or in person - for more information contact Fr John - email@example.com
St Barnabas Church Rituals and Riots
By Malcolm Johnson and Alan Taylor
This highly informative and entertaining book has been published and copies are available from the church or Vicar.
£28.95 each plus postage and packing should you require a copy to be posted to you.
All proceeds to the restoration fund.
Looking Ahead - Events
A lot of our parish social activities have been suspended, please check back for further details.
Bible Study – The St Barnabas Bible Study group meets via ‘Zoom’ on the first Tuesday of each month. Newcomers welcome. For more information do check with Fr John. Our next meeting is on Tuesday 2nd March 2021.
Saturday Mornings - Morning Prayer or Said Mass is at 10am.
On Saturdays Chelsea Canines are accepting bookings for puppy training. See here for details on their website. https://chelseacanines.co.uk/
Bell Ringing - First Saturday of the Month
We have a active bell-ringing team in our area who ring regularly at St Barnabas (and other local churches). All ringers are welcome. The practice usually starts at 12 noon on the first Saturday of the month. If you are interested in becoming a bell-ringer please contact Alan on 07941 218225.
West London Area TSSF (Franciscans)
Since 2018 The Third Order Society of St Francis have been regularly holding their meetings at St Barnabas. For more information please look at their website www.tssf.org.uk
Councillors' Advice Surgery (Labour) is held in St Barnabas' Community Church Hall - 7:00pm-8:00pm. Surgery dates for 2021 will be posted in due course.