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.
Patronal Sunday Celebrations: commemorating St Barnabas, ‘Son of Encouragement’
There will be a family-oriented Worshipping Together Eucharist celebrating our patronal saint, St Barnabas, this Sunday, 13 June, at 10.30am.
Weather permitting, there will be singing in the garden. Safely distanced and Covid-safe refreshments will also be available.
Thanks to the easing of restrictions, we can now have up to 70 people in church. It would be encouraging to all to see as many faces from our community back with us as possible. Advance notice of numbers planning to attend would be helpful but is not essential.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the ‘Next Service’ announcement above supersedes the regular schedule at ‘Read More’ below.
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