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Welcome to The Annunciation

Parish Mass takes place at The Annunciation on Sundays at 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend. Midweek services are listed here as well, with Mass usually said at 12.30pm each day during the week. Details for the coming week are posted below. The church is also usually open Monday to Friday from 11am-3pm for private prayer, though often for longer.

Do please take a look at the various pages on this website to discover more about the life of our church and sign up for our weekly newsletter for all the latest information about events. And if you need to speak with our priest about anything, do please contact Fr Lincoln by pressing this link. Thank you.

Sharing our Future

The church has embarked on an exciting new project, "Sharing our Future". With funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are seeking to ensure our wonderful historic building is preserved for future generations and that it is a welcoming space for all our community. To read more about the "Sharing our Future" project, click here.

Services

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  • Sunday 23 June 2024 at 10:30am
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  • Monday 24 June 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Tuesday 25 June 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Wednesday 26 June 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Wednesday 26 June 2024 at 7:00pm
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  • Thursday 27 June 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Friday 28 June 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 30 June 2024 at 10:30am
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  • Monday 1 July 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Tuesday 2 July 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Wednesday 3 July 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Wednesday 3 July 2024 at 7:00pm
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  • Thursday 4 July 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Friday 5 July 2024 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 7 July 2024 at 10:30am
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News

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  • Friday 21st June 2024
    Weekly Newsletter

    Sunday 16 June…

    is the 4th Sunday after Trinity. Sung Mass, with Sunday School, begins at 10.30am.

    We have lots of good things happening in church at the moment. Over the coming days, there’s concerts, exhibitions, heritage activities, and an event for the deaf community, as well as a community meal with special guests following the Blessing of the Calvary War Memorial on Sunday 30 June. We’re very grateful to the Victory Services Club for providing delicious refreshments at these events. But it’s very important that we sign up if we’re attending, so we can ensure there’s enough food for everyone. Please see the notices below!

    Fr Lincoln

    FRIDAY 21 JUNE: THE DEAF COMMUNITY DURING WW1 – HELP NEEDED
    Our special WW1 event for the Deaf Community is tomorrow evening, with doors opening at 6pm. Are you able to help with the set and tidy up, as well as serving food and drinks? Please contact Fr Lincoln if you can help.

    SUNDAY 23 JUNE: SUMMER CONCERT

    London Town Chamber Fest are back! David Cohen, Principal Cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra, will be joining Natalia Lomeiko (violin), Yuri Zhislin (viola) and Sasha Grynyuk (piano) in two glorious quartets: Mahler's Piano Quartet in A-Minor, followed by Brahms' beloved Piano Quartet No.1. As always, drinks and delicious nibbles with the artists follow the concert. Sunday 23rd June, 6pm. Tickets can be purchased here (and 50% of the proceeds go towards the work of our church): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-solstice-with-glorious-quartets-tickets-914108973547

    THURSDAY 27 JUNE: NO MASS

    Wetherby School are holding a concert in church all day next Thursday, so there will be no Mass on Thursday 27th June. Mass will be said at 12.30pm on other days next week.

    SUNDAY 30 JUNE: HERITAGE FUND BLESSING OF WAR MEMORIAL

    We will bless the restored Calvary War Memorial during a special event on Sunday 30th June, straight after Mass. The date marks 100 years since the memorial's original unveiling. The ceremony will be officiated by Revd (Capt). Thomas Sander, Rector of St. Giles in the Fields and Padre at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. And the Victory Services Club will be providing us with delicious refreshments. Please kindly confirm your attendance by RSVPing here to help with catering (https://forms.gle/8x35wGFn1AWgEgvGA).

    SUNDAY 30 JUNE: HELP NEEDED

    Are you able to help on Sunday 30 June after Mass? Welcomers, marshals, servers, and more needed. Let Fr Lincoln know if you can help on the day!

    HAMPDEN GURNEY SCHOOL: A BIG THANK YOU!

    We held a wonderful heritage event in church on Thursday, with all the children at Hampden Gurney School presenting samples of the work they’ve being doing at a series of eight workshops as part of our Heritage Fund Project. Song, drama, and activities, as well as an exhibition of some of the works of art created to commemorate the men whose names are inscribed on our Calvary War Memorial. We are very grateful to Mrs Chua, the teachers and staff, and all the children for their help in creating such a wonderful heritage event to remember the men whose names are on our war memorial. Thank you! And do take a look at the wonderful work the children have done, which is displayed in our North Aisle.

    ANNUNCIATION CHOIR: THANK YOU SARAH!

    Sarah has been one of our regular singers in the choir on Sundays during the last seven years. But this Sunday will be the last time Sarah is with us, as she is moving away to Belfast. We will of course miss her beautiful voice, but we wish her well as she starts this new and exciting chapter in her life! Thank you, Sarah!

    GENEROUS GIVING

    The Annunciation is a self-standing charity, with no historic trusts or legacies, and we receive no external funding beyond that which we can raise for ourselves. If you can commit to regular giving, please make use of the “Parish Giving Scheme” to support the work of our church, as this scheme enables us to receive Gift Aid payments straight away.

    https://www.parishgiving.org.uk/donors/find-your-parish/marble-arch-the-annunciation-marble-arch/

    PASTORAL SUPPORT

    Contact Fr Lincoln if you would like pastoral support. If you’ve recently moved into the area, you might want your new home blessed. If you’re exploring the Christian faith, you might want to discuss it. If you’re sick, you might want to receive anointing with oil. Or you may carry a burden and need to make your confession. Whatever your circumstances, do get in touch. Your priest is here to support you.

    APOSTOLATE OF PRAYER

    Please pray for:

    Those living with cancer - Clara, Norman, Chrisanthy, Angelos, Catherine,

    Janet, Margaret, Nicola, Gary, Suzy, King Charles, Catherine Princess of Wales.

    Those with other needs or medical issues - Winston, Michael, Helena (and

    Katherine & Anna), Rodney, Marielle, Natalie, Joyce, Antonis, Nirusha, Rowan, Larissa, Lincoln, Vee, Eve, Rhiannon, Olivia, Evi, Diane and Leah, Fr Lincoln, Marianna.

    Those in older age - Nita, Goli, Eleni, Jeff.

    Recently Departed – Michael Baeuchamp

    Year’s mind – Winifred Alder, Kathleen Simpson, Leigh Mellor, Joaness Abraham, Arthur Golightly, Carline Goode, Betty Witt, Teresa Bird, Charles Scott, Edith Priestley, Helen Somerville, Mary Vaughan

  • Thursday 13th June 2024
    Weekly Newsletter

    Sunday 16th June…

    is the 3rd Sunday after Trinity. We will gather to celebrate the work of God in Jesus Christ, breaking bread and lifting the cup of salvation. Sung Mass, with Sunday School, begins at 10.30am.

    There’s lots of exciting things coming up over the coming weeks in church, with concerts, exhibitions, school activities, and a special event for the deaf community, as well as a community meal with special guests following the Blessing of the Calvary War Memorial on Sunday 30 June. Please get those diaries out and check the notices below. Thank you!

    Fr Lincoln

    SUNDAY 16 JUNE: CHARLOTTE’S BAPTISM

    We are delighted that Charlotte will be baptised this coming Sunday. The service will take place at 2pm, outside of Mass. It promises to be a special occasion for all Charlotte’s family and friends, so do please pray for Charlotte and for her parents, Dario and Tiziana, as well as Charlotte’s godparents over the coming days – and beyond. And maybe you’re considering baptism for yourself or your child? Contact Fr Lincoln if you are.

    WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE: HAMPDEN GURNEY SCHOOL - HERITAGE PROJECT

    Hampden Gurney School will be in church on Wednesday morning, with the children presenting samples of all the work that they’ve being doing at a series of eight workshops as part of our Heritage Fund Project. There will be song, drama, and activities, as well as an exhibition of some of the works of art created to commemorate the men whose names are inscribed on our Calvary War Memorial. The event begins at 9.30am. Do come and support the children!

    WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE: CONFIRMATION CLASS

    Our fourth Confirmation Class is on Wednesday 19 June at Hampden Gurney School, 3.30pm – 4.30pm. Please pray for everyone being prepared for Confirmation.

    FRIDAY 21 JUNE: THE DEAF COMMUNITY DURING WW1 – HELP NEEDED
    Our special WW1 event for the Deaf Community is on Friday 21st June, with the doors opening at 6pm. Are you able to help with the set and tidy up, as well as serving food and drinks? Please contact Fr Lincoln if you can help. We are very grateful to the Victory Services Club who are providing delicious refreshments!

    FRIDAY 21 JUNE: NO MASS

    Mass will be said at 12.30pm Monday to Thursday next week. There is no Mass on Friday.

    SUNDAY 23 JUNE: SUMMER CONCERT

    London Town Chamber Fest are back! We are delighted to welcome David Cohen, Principal Cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra, who will be joining Natalia Lomeiko (violin), Yuri Zhislin (viola) and Sasha Grynyuk (piano) in two glorious quartets: Mahler's Piano Quartet in A-Minor, followed by Brahms' beloved Piano Quartet No.1. As always, drinks and delicious nibbles with the artists to follow. Sunday 23rd June, 6pm. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-solstice-with-glorious-quartets-tickets-914108973547

    SUNDAY 30 JUNE: HERITAGE FUND BLESSING OF WAR MEMORIAL

    As part of our Heritage Fund Project, we will bless the restored Calvary War Memorial during a special event on Sunday 30th June, straight after Mass. The date marks 100 years since the memorial's original unveiling. The ceremony will be officiated by Revd (Capt). Thomas Sander, Rector of St. Giles in the Fields and Padre at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. In addition to the ceremony, we will be hosting an exhibition exploring the stories of the individuals remembered on our monument, as well as sharing the rich history of the church and the memorial itself. And the Victory Services Club will be providing us with delicious refreshments. It will be a wonderful community occasion! Please kindly confirm your attendance by RSVPing here to help with catering (https://forms.gle/8x35wGFn1AWgEgvGA) or by emailing Fr Lincoln.

    SUNDAY 30 JUNE: HELP NEEDED

    Are you able to help on Sunday 30 June after Mass? Welcomers, marshals, servers, and more needed. Let Fr Lincoln know if you can help on the day!

    LADY PEEL TRUST: THANK YOU!

    We want to provide the best Christian education possible for the children here at the Annunciation. As a small independent charity, we depend on generous donations, which enable us to provide teaching and activities to every child who attends our church (whatever their financial means). We are particularly grateful for the financial support of The Lady Peel Trust. Their aim is "to encourage confidence and enthusiasm within the catholic tradition of the Church of England." To this end the Trust awarded us a grant in June 2024 to help us create a bespoke curriculum for the older children who gather each Sunday. You can read more about The Lady Peel Trust's work here: http://ladypeeltrust.org

    GENEROUS GIVING

    The Annunciation is a self-standing charity, with no historic trusts or legacies, and we receive no external funding beyond that which we can raise for ourselves. If you can commit to regular giving, please make use of the “Parish Giving Scheme” to support the work of our church, as this scheme enables us to receive Gift Aid payments straight away.

    https://www.parishgiving.org.uk/donors/find-your-parish/marble-arch-the-annunciation-marble-arch/

    PASTORAL SUPPORT

    Contact Fr Lincoln if you would like pastoral support. If you’ve recently moved into the area, you might want your new home blessed. If you’re exploring the Christian faith, you might want to discuss it. If you’re sick, you might want to receive anointing with oil. Or you may carry a burden and need to make your confession. Whatever your circumstances, do get in touch. Your priest is here to support you.

    APOSTOLATE OF PRAYER

    Please pray for:

    Those living with cancer - Clara, Norman, Chrisanthy, Angelos, Catherine,

    Janet, Margaret, Nicola, Gary, Suzy, King Charles, Catherine Princess of Wales.

    Those with other needs or medical issues - Winston, Michael, Helena (and

    Katherine & Anna), Rodney, Marielle, Natalie, Joyce, Antonis, Nirusha, Rowan, Larissa, Lincoln, Vee, Eve, Rhiannon, Olivia, Evi, Diane and Leah, Fr Lincoln, Marianna.

    Those in older age - Nita, Goli, Eleni, Jeff.

    Year’s mind – Marjorie Leslie, Mabel Rainbow-Putnam, Margaret Archer, Ralph Barnes, Dennis Horden, Eveline English, Norah Hudson

  • Thursday 6th June 2024
    Weekly Newsletter

    Sunday 9 June…

    is the 2nd Sunday after Trinity. Sung Mass, with Sunday School, begins at 10.30am.

    This week two of our children will be baptised during Mass, which will make it a very special occasion. We’re really looking forward to welcoming their wider families and friends to the Annunciation. How wonderful that both Aaron and Kenji will be surrounded by their loved ones – and enveloped by the Love of God. Let us all say a prayer for them as the great day approaches. And let us all will marvel with them at the grace of God in Jesus Christ.

    Fr Lincoln

    SUNDAY 23 JUNE: SUMMER CONCERT

    London Town Chamber Fest are back! We are delighted to welcome David Cohen, Principal Cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra, who will be joining Natalia Lomeiko (violin), Yuri Zhislin (viola) and Sasha Grynyuk (piano) in two glorious quartets: Mahler's Piano Quartet in A-Minor, followed by Brahms' beloved Piano Quartet No.1. As always, drinks and delicious nibbles with the artists to follow. Sunday 23rd June, 6pm. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-solstice-with-glorious-quartets-tickets-914108973547

    SUNDAY 9 JUNE: MARIA VRAKA SCHOOL OF MUSIC SUMMER CONCERT

    The talented musicans of the Maria Vraka School of Music will be holding their summer concert at the Annunciation this Sunday 9 June, 4pm-6pm. Tickets are still available for purchase on Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-concert-by-maria-vraka-school-of-music-tickets-909248565937

    WEDNESDAY 12 JUNE: CONFIRMATION CLASS

    Our third Confirmation Class is on Wednesday 12 June at Hampden Gurney School, 3.30pm – 4.30pm. These classes lead up to the visit of The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, Lord Bishop of London, who will confirm the candidates at our School Mass on Thursday 4th July at 10am. Do please pray for everyone being prepared for this sacrament.

    FRIDAY 21 JUNE, 6PM: DISCOVER THE HISTORY OF THE DEAF COMMUNITY DURING WW1

    Learn about the lives and sacrifices of the deaf community during WWI in the United Kingdom with the historian Peter Brown and the screening of a “see hear” episode on the war. There’s also an opportunity to view an exhibition discovering the history of the Church of the Annunciation's two WWI memorials and tracing the lives of people who worked in the church and whose lives were affected by the War. Doors open at 6pm with the event commencing at 6.30pm. The event is part of our ‘Sharing our Future’ project and has been made possible by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is free for all to attend but please register to help us manage the numbers and prepare the space and food. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/discover-the-history-of-the-deaf-community-during-wwi-tickets-883957930967

    SUNDAY 30 JUNE: HERITAGE FUND BLESSING OF WAR MEMORIAL

    As part of our Heritage Fund Project, we will bless the restored Calvary War Memorial during a special event on Sunday 30th June, straight after Mass. The date marks 100 years since the memorial's original unveiling. The ceremony will be officiated by Revd (Capt). Thomas Sander, Rector of St. Giles in the Fields and Padre at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. In addition to the ceremony, we will be hosting an exhibition exploring the stories of the individuals remembered on our monument, as well as sharing the rich history of the church and the memorial itself. And the Victory Services Club will be providing us with delicious refreshments. It will be a wonderful community occasion! Please kindly confirm your attendance by RSVPing here to help with catering (https://forms.gle/8x35wGFn1AWgEgvGA) or by emailing Fr Lincoln.

    SPARE PIANO: NEW HOME WANTED!

    We are very fortunate to have been given a Baby Grand Concert Piano, which allows us to host so many wonderful concerts in church. It means that the Upright Piano (that we used to use for school assemblies) now needs a new home. Great for any budding pianists out there? Contact Fr Lincoln or Gavin Monk if you are interested!

    MIDWEEK MASS

    Following its pause when Fr Lincoln was recovering from his injury, our Midweek Mass has lots some of its previous momentum. It's a beautiful quiet service that is held each day in the Lady Chapel, which thereby creates space to pray for our local community and personal intentions at the middle of the day. If you have time during the week, do come along. 12.30pm, Monday-Friday.

    PASTORAL SUPPORT

    Contact Fr Lincoln if you would like pastoral support. If you’ve recently moved into the area, you might want your new home blessed. If you’re exploring the Christian faith, you might want to discuss it. If you’re sick, you might want to receive anointing with oil. Or you may carry a burden and need to make your confession. Whatever your circumstances, do get in touch. Your priest is here to support you.

    GENEROUS GIVING

    The Annunciation is a self-standing charity, with no historic trusts or legacies, and we receive no external funding beyond that which we can raise for ourselves. If you can commit to regular giving, please make use of the “Parish Giving Scheme” to support the work of our church, as this scheme enables us to receive Gift Aid payments straight away.

    https://www.parishgiving.org.uk/donors/find-your-parish/marble-arch-the-annunciation-marble-arch/

    APOSTOLATE OF PRAYER

    Please pray for:

    Those living with cancer - Clara, Norman, Chrisanthy, Angelos, Catherine,

    Janet, Margaret, Nicola, Gary, Suzy, King Charles, Catherine Princess of Wales.

    Those with other needs or medical issues - Winston, Michael, Helena (and

    Katherine & Anna), Rodney, Marielle, Natalie, Joyce, Antonis, Nirusha, Rowan, Larissa, Lincoln, Vee, Eve, Rhiannon, Olivia, Evi, Diane and Leah, Fr Lincoln, Marianna.

    Those in older age - Nita, Goli, Eleni, Jeff.

    Year’s mind – Edith Harris, Ellen Ashley, Stephen Galea, Simon Anderson, Margaret Clarabutt, Anthony Chard, Peter Baylis, Alice Zelasko, Anna Chambers, Gertrude Ironside, Cyril Yule

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Events

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  • Sunday 23rd June 2024   6:00pm-1:00am
    Summer Concert - London Town Chamber Fest
    For our Summer Concert on Sunday 23rd June, we are delighted to welcome David Cohen, Principal Cellist of the London Symphony Orchestra, to join Natalia Lomeiko (violin), Yuri Zhislin (viola) and Sasha Grynyuk (piano) in two glorious quartets. Mahler's rarely performed gem (and his only surviving chamber work) Piano Quartet in A-Minor, will be followed by Brahms' beloved Piano Quartet No.1. As always, drinks and delicious nibbles with the artists to follow. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-solstice-with-glorious-quartets-tickets-914108973547
  • Sunday 30th June 2024   12:00pm-1:00am
    Blessing of the Calvary War Memorial
    To mark the 100th anniversary since its original unveliing and to give thanks for its repair and conservation this year, we will hold a brief service of blessing, followed by a community meal and exhibition detailing the lives of the men listed. For details - and to help with catering - please see the designated page on our website: https://www.annunciationmarblearch.org.uk/future/warmemorial30june
  • Thursday 4th July 2024   10:00am-12:00am
    Confirmations 2024
    A service of Confirmation on Thursday 4th July at 10am at Hampden Gurney School. The Rt Revd and. Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE, Lord Bishop of London, will visit to confirm the candidates. Please contact Fr Lincoln for details and to register.
  • Friday 12th July 2024   6:30pm-8:00pm
    Deaf Church - Fellowship and Workshop
    The next TGIF Fellowship and Workshop event is on Friday 12 July, 18.30-20.00. It's good to welcome back our friends from the London Deaf Church.

Safeguarding

The Annunciation Marble Arch is committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Adults at Risk of Harm.

The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website.

Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Jasmine Cullingford 07963 878 527

You can also obtain more information from Childline: 0800 1111
and Westminster City Council (Safeguarding children & Safeguarding vulnerable individuals)

London Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers: 020 7932 1224 safeguarding@london.anglican.org

Thirtyone:Eight’s 24-hour helpline: 0303 003 1111

Family Lives: 0808 800 222

Childline: 0800 1111