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Coro “Juvenes Cantores”

“Juvenes Cantores” –
Cluster Choral Academy of Corato (Italy)
Charity Concert in support of
the Leprosy Mission Project in Niger
and St Peter’s Church, Acton Green
St Peter’s Church, Acton Green
Saturday 8 September at 7pm
Southfield Road, W4 1BB
7pm (doors […]

Evensong 13 May 2018

Isaiah 61:1-4, 10,11
Luke 4:14-21

Quino is a famous Argentinian cartoonist who once published a provocative cartoon about cultural and social integration with new immigrants in Argentina. In the cartoon strip he drew an Argentinian guy […]

Sermon 17th of June 2018

Ezekiel 17:22-24
2 Corinthians 5: 6-10
Mark 4: 26-34
Last week I watched a documentary called “A Plastic Ocean”. The documentary is about a documentary filmmaker who discovers that the world’s oceans are brimming with plastic waste […]

Pentecost Sermon 20th May 2018

Young Assistant Curate William was giving his 427th children’s sermon. “Now kids,” says Fr William, “What’s green, lives in the pond, sits on a lily pad, and hops?” The children looked at each other […]

Schubert ‘Mass in E flat’

Schubert ‘Mass in E flat’
Saturday 24th March 2018 @ 7.30pm
St. Peter’s Church, Acton Green W4

Southfield Rd, Chiswick W4 1BB, junction of St Alban’s Ave. Free street parking available, Bus E3
The Addison Oratorio Choir are […]

Feast of the Epiphany 7th Jan 2018

A few years ago, my wife give me a very original and lovely present. She took out for dinner to a restaurant in London called Dans le Noir (into the darkness). I don’t know […]

Advent 2 Sunday 10 Dec 2017

You made us for yourself, o Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you

In a world overwhelmingly dominated by fast food, the poetry and beauty of the slow food cooking hasn’t […]

Sermon Sunday 19th November 2017

The necessity for watchfulness

Last Thursday I went to the Interfaith awareness training in Southall, which is an extraordinary area of London where in the space of a few hundreds yards you have the Church, […]

Christ the King Feast – Evensong 2017

The Feast of Christ the King was officially instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925. It was a direct Catholic response to the rise of secularism and nationalism. Everyone had still a very vivid […]

Sunday sermon 1st of October 2017

Gospel: Matthew 21: 28-32

Lawrence Kohlberg was an American psychologist best known for his theory of stages of moral development. He wanted to understand whether it existed a common and universal moral framework in the […]