Unity through inclusion
Two churches in one parish, united by the calm waters of Regent's Canal in West London, running right through the heart of Little Venice.
|Sunday||9:30 am||Solemn High Mass and Homily|
|Sunday||8:00 am||Low Mass and Homily|
|Sunday||11:00 am||Solemn Mass and Homily|
|Monday||6:30 pm||Low Mass|
|Wednesday||6:30 pm||Low Mass||Friday||6:30 pm||Low Mass|
St. Mary’s Church
12th December 7.30pm
A Christmas celebration of classical, jazz, folk, and popular music. Then join us for a post concert reception with mulled wine and seasonal treats
19 March 2017
Sunday 19th MarchThird Sunday of Lent 1st Reading: IExodus 17: 3-7 2nd Reading: Romas 5: 1-2, 5-8 Gospel: John 4: 5-42Sunday 26th March & Mothering Sunday...
05 March 2017
Sunday 5th March First Sunday of Lent1st Reading: Genesis 2: 7-9; 3:1-72nd Reading: Romans 5: 12-19Gospel: Matthew 4: 1-11Sunday 12th March Second Sunday of Lent1st Reading: Genesis 12: 1-42nd Reading: 2 Timothy...
For information about the school, admissions and events, please visit the school website
If you are new to the Parish, please make yourselves known to Fr Gary or Fr Anthony. In addition, please complete a Parish Registration form (available in church, or from the parish website or church office), and return this to the Parish office.
Welcome to our website. The Parish of Little Venice is an inclusive community embracing people irrespective of gender, race, age, religious background or sexual orientation.
These pages will tell you something of the life shared in our two churches and our outstanding primary school as we seek to bring Christ into the hearts and homes of the people in our area.
We offer a liturgy which is recognisable and accessible, a welcome which is sincere but not overwhelming and a full programme of teaching and social events.
We recognise that people come to Church for a variety of reasons, all of them good. Some come at a time of great joy, following the birth of a child or with the desire to formalise and celebrate a loving relationship. Others come as a result of sadness such as the sickness or death of someone very dear. Some come to find inspiration and hope through worship and friendship. We respect your motives and needs and will try to help you in whatever ways we can.
The clergy are not experts in anything but they have time to listen and to share, to befriend you on your journey in faith.
We embrace all who worship, all who doubt and all who would move from fear to faith.
Father Gary Bradley
Life in the church extends beyond Sunday worship, and many parishioners engage in activities for fund raising, support and also enjoyment. In this way, christian fellowship extends beyound the walls of the church and beyound the Sunday service.
If you would like to make a donation, we encourage you to give to either St Mary's or St Saviour's by regular standing order. The preferred method is through the JustGiving website. However, forms are provided if you feel more comfortable with paper based process.