St Barnabas is an inclusive church in the heart of Southfields
St Barnabas aims to be a place of welcome for people of every age and background, where a thoughtful and rooted faith can be found. In the Liberal catholic tradition of the Church of England, we offer a place of worship which is traditional and contemporary. A place where you can think, reflect and pray, and share the journey of faith with others.
We are easy to find at 146 Lavenham Road, SW18 5EP, on the corner of Lavenham and Merton Roads.
We are sorry to announce that, once again, our services are migrating to Facebook until further notice. Please check this website regularly for dates and times of live-streamed events.
During these times of disruption to the Church’s life of worship, the Diocese of Southwark is working hard to bring you online services throughout Christmas and Epiphany. These can be accessed here at the Southwark Cathedral YouTube channel.
Upcoming Cathedral services will feature sermons by the various Archdeacons of our diocese:
2nd Sunday of Epiphany, 17th January: Eucharist, Ven. Jane Steen
3rd Sunday of Epiphany, 24th January: Eucharist, Ven. Simon Gates
The Presentation of Christ, 31st January: Service of the Word, Ven. Rosemarie Mallett
Art can make you happy: the Diamond Class at Riversdale Primary School sends a little sunshine to St Barnabas
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the ‘Next Service’ announcement above supersedes the regular schedule at ‘Read More’ below.
For many, The Feast of The Epiphany is synonymous with Twelfth Night, last day of Christmas, decorations back in the box, Christmas tree relegated to the street corner awaiting municipal collection. Christmas tidied away for another year. The Christ child’s birth has been celebrated, shepherds have run ecstatic through the streets of Bethlehem, announcing the…