Lent, Holy Week & Easter 2018

There are lots of opportunities for keeping a good Lent at St Paul’s.
Here are some. Which might work for you? Click on the links for details.


Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, 14th February when we Tackling-Homelessness-Together-presentation-coverlaunch our annual Lent Appeal, this year in support of the Diocese of London’s Tackling homelessness together’ appeal. Will you think of ways to raise funds for this important work? Perhaps host a dinner and ask your guests for a donation? Plan an event?

To make your donation, either:

  • click here to make an online donation, marking ‘LENT’ in the ‘special celebration’ box
  • send a cheque to the parish office at 32a Wilton Place, London SW1X 8SH
  • place cash or cheque in a Gift Aid envelope marked clearly ‘LENT’.


Worship at St Paul’s is a seven day a week activity. Why not take on an extra DAILY SERVICE this Lent?

If reflective space is your thing, why not come along to the WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE at 7pm in Lent. The clergy and musicians will provide words and music for a guided lenten reflection. And on Wednesday, 7th March join us afterwards for a meal in the nave of the church.


Take a few moments each day to follow the Archbishops’ daily reflections for Lent: #LiveLent – Let your Light Shine. Copies available from the church.


Join Fr Alan Gyle on Saturday 10th March 10:30-15:30 for a quiet day focussing on the Parish Lent Book ‘Say it to God’ by Luigi Gioia. The cost is £20 to include a copy of the book and a simple lunch.

Please (email)  or ring (020 7201 9999) to secure your place.


Living with difference: Christian Issues of exclusion & embrace with Fr Alan Gyle
Sunday 11th March 18:00-20:00
in the Vicarage, with supper. Cost £10

Please (email)  or ring (020 7201 9999) to secure your place.


Make sure the dates of Holy Week are in your diary now:

  • PALM SUNDAY PROCESSION & MASS 25th March at 11am. Preacher: Fr Andrew Bowyer, Chaplain, Trinity College, Cambridge
  • MAUNDY THURSDAY LITURGY 29th March at 7:30pm. Preacher: Fr Andrew Bowyer, Chaplain, Trinity College, Cambridge
  • GOOD FRIDAY 30th March:
    • 10:30am – Stations of the Cross for families followed by Hot Cross Buns
    • Noon – reflections on the Stations of the Cross in words and music with Fr Alan Gyle & Findlay Spence, music scholar
    • 2pm – Solemn liturgy of Good Friday
    • 8pm – The Good Friday Concert – Brahms Requiem with the Musicians of St Paul’s Knightsbridge and Royal College of Music ensemble. Tickets available by clicking here.
  • HOLY SATURDAY 31st March at 8:30pm – The New Fire, Vigil & First Mass of Easter followed by champagne reception
  • EASTER DAY 1st April:
    • 9am – Family Mass with Easter Egg Hunt
    • 11am – Solemn High Mass on Easter morning. Preacher: The Vicar.


And finally, will you consider re-engaging with the ancient tradition of FASTING ON FRIDAYS – or at least eating fish or vegetables, which is as good for us physically as spiritually!

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