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  • Tuesday 22 October 2019 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 27 October 2019 at 10:30am
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    Hymns:
    398 Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee
    (Tune 395)
    294 Just as I am, without one plea
    272 All for Jesus, all for Jesus
    ((if needed))
    235 Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go
    First Lesson: 2 Timothy 4. 6-8 & 16-18
    Gospel: Luke 18. 9-14
    Mass Setting: Communion Service in G - Charles Hutchings
    Motet: And I saw a new heaven - Edgar Bainton
    Voluntary: Sonata no. 2 in C minor (3rd movt) - J.S. Bach

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    Refreshments
    Annie Ee (Tassinari)


    Sunday School Session Leader
    Wai Gar Tang


    Sunday School 8+ Leader

    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music

    Children's Church Attendance

    Sunday School Tables Volunteer

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 29 October 2019 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 3 November 2019 at 10:30am
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    Hymns:
    436 Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
    197 For all the saints who from their labors rest
    230 Palms of glory, raiment bright
    (tune 2)
    447 Sing praise to God who reigns above
    First Lesson: Ephesians 1.11-23
    Gospel: Luke 6. 20-31

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    Raushan (Rose) Izimova


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    Refreshments

    Sunday School Session Leader
    Thomas Vester


    Sunday School 8+ Leader
    Rebecca Sebastian


    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music

    Children's Church Attendance

    Sunday School Tables Volunteer

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 5 November 2019 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 10 November 2019 at 10:30am
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    Hymns:
    417 O God, our help in ages past
    492 O God of earth and altar
    498 Son of God, eternal Saviour
    488 And did those feet in ancient time
    First Lesson: Job 19. 23-27a
    Gospel: Luke 20. 27-38

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    Refreshments

    Sunday School Session Leader
    Julia Duhamel


    Sunday School 8+ Leader
    Thomas Vester


    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music

    Children's Church Attendance

    Sunday School Tables Volunteer

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 12 November 2019 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 17 November 2019 at 10:30am
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    Hymns:
    401 Light's abode, celestial Salem
    234 Christ, whose glory fills the skies
    287 Glory, love, and praise, and honor
    286 From glory to glory advancing, we praise thee, O Lord
    (if needed)
    First Lesson: 2 Thessalonians 3. 6-13
    Gospel: Luke 21. 5-19

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    Sunday School Session Leader
    Freya Shankar


    Sunday School 8+ Leader
    Maria Kastani


    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music

    Children's Church Attendance

    Sunday School Tables Volunteer

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 19 November 2019 at 12:30pm
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  • Friday 18th October 2019
    Fr Gerald's Weekly Email

    This Sunday (20 October)

    Today we will be rehearsing what we would do in the event of an emergency and had to evacuate the building. Weather permitting, we will leave the church during mass and gather at our muster point outside the casino in Quebec Street.

    The gospel parable can leave us a bit perplexed. A judge has scant regard for justice and ignores the pleas of a widow. He only gives in when he’s worn out by her persistence. Jesus sees this as a model for prayer: Never give up.

    Thank You

    … to everyone who donated harvest gifts last week. I took them to the Hinde St Methodist Church which is running a temporary scheme for homeless people while the West London Day Centre is closed for refurbishment. One of the organizers, Mary Hicks sent me an email:

    ‘Dear Gerald

    I have just been over to Hinde Street and found all the wonderful gifts from your church for our homeless club. Thank you and all your parishioners who have contributed so generously and sensibly. Everything is just what we use and will be appreciated by both our guests and volunteers. It will be great to be able to just open tins of soup instead of chopping vegetables and making soup. All the delicious biscuits will go down very well and we won’t need to buy tea, coffee and sugar for quite a while.’

    Congratulations

    … to Michele Lyons and the many people who ran the Hampden Gurney Bake Sale last Wednesday. Even without matched-funding it raised £2000! A great effort. If you would still like to contribute you can donate via

    https://wonderful.org/fundraiser/hgbakesale16thoctober2019-4e35bae6 . Please be generous. Thank you.

    Questionnaire

    Sherry Robbins has spent much time and effort collating the results of the questionnaire. Many thanks to Sherry for putting it all together. If you would like to see the full results and Sherry’s presentation please let me know.

    The proposals for the west end of the church to include toilets and other facilities gets overwhelming support. Next, the church will consult local businesses and other stakeholders for their views.

    I’ll update you once there is more information.

    Booking the Church

    The Annunciation is used for a variety of events. If you think that there may be something suitable that you would like to see in church, please let me know.

    This Week

    There’s no Children’s Choir on Tuesday as it’s half term.

    Looking Ahead

    Wednesday 23rd October, 6.30pm-8.30pm in church: Westminster Conservative Association Drinks & Canapes Reception with Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Policing and Crime. Tickets: £35 available from Michael Mohammed. If you don’t have Michael’s email address please let me know and I’ll put him in touch with you.

    Also, the same evening starting at 6.30pm, the Grosvenor Chapel in partnership with a number of residents’ groups in Mayfair is hosting separate meetings with the candidates of the major parties who will stand at the General Election whenever it is called. Chukka Umunna (Lib Dem) will speak and take questions at the main hall of the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral Church (entrance is on Binney Street behind the Cathedral and just off Oxford St). All welcome.

    Saturday 2 November, 2.00pm. Memorial Service for Priya Dhingra RIP. If you are coming please let me know as there will be a reception following and it would be good to know of the numbers expected. Catering is being organised by members of the congregation. If you would like to volunteer please contact Rebecca Sebastian or Michele Lyons. If you need their email addresses please let me know. There will be a retiring collection for the church in Priya’s memory.

    Sunday 10 November, 7.00pm Concert in church with the American pianist and composer Burnett Thompson (http://www.pianojazz.com/history.htm /http://www.pianojazz.com/reformation.htm). Entrance £10 on the door (cash only please) and donations towards wine afterwards.

    Wednesday 20 November, 7.30pm Community Dinner in church. Speaker: Paul Gibson DSO, MBE (Hampden Gurney School parent) ‘Navigating the Moral Maze - The complexities of being a soldier in the modern era’. Catering by the Marriot Hotel. Tickets: £25. Please let me know if you are coming and tell me whether you would like the vegetarian or meat option.

    Saturday 30 November, 9.00am – 4.00pm Paediatric First Aid Course run by the Bryanston Nursery in the nursery/church space. The church is being offered three free places by the Nursery. If you would like to apply please email me and I’ll forward it to the Nursery.

    Sunday 1 December: There will be an opportunity to say ‘thank you and farewell’ to Fr Alan & Theresa Moses after mass. Fr Alan retires as Vicar of All Saints Margaret Street on 3 November after 25 years of service. For most of that time he has been Area Dean of St Marylebone. He has been instrumental in ensuring that the Annunciation has remained open as a parish church and regularly assists at the Hampden Gurney School Mass. If you would like to contribute to farewell gift as he leaves the West End and moves to Lincolnshire please make a BACS payment to: The Church of the Annunciation; Sort Code: 40 05 29; Account Number: 2023 2173; Ref: ‘Fr Alan’ or let me have a cheque payable to ‘The Annunciation PCC’ with ‘Fr Alan’ written on the back.

    Friday 6 December, 6.30pm Chaplaincy Among Deaf and Deaf Blind People Carol Service

    Saturday 7 December, 10.00am – Noon: Bryanston Nursery Craft Fair. Proceeds to the Great Ormond St Hospital and the London Food Bank.

    Wednesday 11 December, 6.00pm – 9.00pm Vicarage Prosecco Party

    Saturday 14 December, 6.30pm Lessons & Carols for Christmas

    Christmas

    Besides the usual Christmas services, it has been suggested that we have an additional upbeat short carol service for local people and visitors to the West End or some other activity that brings people into the church. It isn’t easy starting these things from scratch so if you have ideas about what the church might do and when we might do it please let me know.

    Supplementary Information Forms for Admission to Church Schools

    If you are hoping that your child be offered a place at a church school nursery or reception class in September next year, then I sign these forms after Christmas and into the New Year. The deadline for admissions in Westminster is 15 January.

    If you are applying for a place in a church secondary school then the deadline varies from school to school. I’m happy to see parents who would like me to sign these forms on an ad hoc basis at any time during the autumn.

    When you come to see me please make sure that you have filled out the parent’s part of the form. I’m confirming the information that’s on that as well as adding details of the child’s attendance. If your child wasn’t baptized at the Annunciation, please bring their baptism certificate. Thank you.

    Because school forms are such a live issue it is very important that you register your child each Sunday that you come. As it says on the mass sheet: attendance cannot be registered retrospectively.

    Request

    Does anyone have some spare speakers suitable for a computer that they don’t want? We could use them on the vestry computer. Please let me know if you would like to donate a pair. Thank you.

    Yours in Christ

    Fr Gerald

    vicar.annunciationmarblearch@gmail.com

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheAnnunciation

    http://www.annunciationmarblearch.org.uk

  • Friday 11th October 2019
    Fr Gerald's Weekly Email

    This Sunday (13 October)

    … we are taking another break from numbering the Sundays after Trinity and celebrating the harvest instead.

    It may seem anachronistic in Central London but it’s good to be reminded of the food chain that stretches invisibly behind the supermarket shelves. Not all of the chain is economically just so besides being thankful it’s also an opportunity to examine our consciences in the light of what we spend and where.

    I sent out a special email earlier this week saying that we will give the harvest gifts to the group that is helping homeless people from premises in Thayer Street while the West London Day Centre is closed temporarily for refurbishment. So, please only bring coffee, sugar, tins of corned beef, long life fruit juice cartons, tins of soup and biscuits. Thank you.

    The Children’s Choir is singing on Sunday. We have some new recruits so please encourage them.

    Thank You

    … everyone who filled in the questionnaire. Once the replies have been collated, I’ll let you know the overall direction of travel.

    Booking the Church

    The Annunciation is used for a variety of events. If you think that there may be something suitable that you would like to see in church, please let me know.

    This Week

    Children’s Choir: Tuesday after school at Hampden Gurney. If you would like your child to join the choir, please contact me.

    Monday 14 October, 6.30pm. Churches together in Westminster has organised a visit to the Crown Court Church of Scotland in Russell Street WC2B 5EZ as part of its ‘Meet the Neighbours’ programme. All welcome. Just turn up.

    Wednesday 16 October, 3.30pm Hampden Gurney School Cake Sale. Michele Lyons writes:

    ‘Can anyone help the school cake sale this year? It’s so important as it helps raise funds for the school for music and art resources, trips out for children who don’t have the means for them and for important books and equipment.

    On the day, please can you bake a cake or biscuits or anything savoury like sausage rolls, quiches etc to donate to the school? They can be dropped off at the school from 8.45 am on the day. Secondly, can you pop by at 3.20 onwards and buy cakes/savouries to help raise important funds? Thirdly, maybe you could sell biscuits and cakes at your workplace beforehand and donate the money?

    We have no match funding for this important event. Can anyone please ask their work place if they could match fund our takings or just make a donation? does anyone have a good relationship with their bank or estate agent and could they ask them if they could match fund us? I can provide more details’

    If you don’t have Michele’s email address, please email me and I’ll forward it to her.

    Saturday 19 October is the Westminster Abbey Pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Edward the Confessor. It’s a wonderful day at the Abbey with several beautiful and moving services as well as a variety of events – some especially for children. For more information see https://www.westminster-abbey.org/abbey-events/special-tours-and-events/2019/october/edwardtide-pilgrimage

    Looking Ahead

    Sunday 20 October: During mass we’ll be rehearsing our emergency evacuation procedure – weather permitting.

    Wednesday 23rd October, 6.30pm-8.30pm in church: Westminster Conservative Association Drinks & Canapes Reception with Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Policing and Crime. Tickets: £35 available from Michael Mohammed. If you don’t have Michael’s email address please let me know and I’ll put him in touch with you.

    Michael writes: ‘Bryanston and Dorset Square Conservatives are delighted to invite you to an

    evening Drinks Reception with Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Crime, Policing and the Fire Service. Kit was elected as Conservative MP for North West Hampshire in 2015 and previously served as Minister of State for Housing. Prior to being elected to Parliament Kit served as Deputy Mayor for Policing between 2008 – 2012 and Deputy Mayor for Business and Enterprise from 2012 – 2015 under the then Mayor of London, now Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Kit also served as a Warwick Ward Councillor on Westminster City Council between 1998 and 2006.’

    Saturday 2 November, 2.00pm. Memorial Service for Priya Dhingra RIP. If you are coming please let me know as there will be a reception following and it would be good to know of the numbers expected. Catering is being organised by members of the congregation. If you would like to volunteer please contact Rebecca Sebastian or Michele Lyons. If you need their email addresses please let me know. There will be a retiring collection for the church in Priya’s memory.

    Sunday 10 November, 7.00pm Concert in church with the American pianist and composer Burnett Thompson (http://www.pianojazz.com/history.htm /http://www.pianojazz.com/reformation.htm). Entrance £10 on the door (cash only please) and donations towards wine afterwards.

    Wednesday 20 November, 7.30pm Community Dinner in church. Speaker: Paul Gibson DSO, MBE (Hampden Gurney School parent) ‘Navigating the Moral Maze - The complexities of being a soldier in the modern era’. Catering by the Marriot Hotel. Tickets: £25. Please let me know if you are coming and tell me whether you would like the vegetarian or meat option.

    Saturday 30 November, 9.00am – 4.00pm Paediatric First Aid Course run by the Bryanston Nursery in the nursery/church space. The church is being offered three free places by the Nursery. If you would like to apply please email me and I’ll forward it to the Nursery.

    Sunday 1 December: There will be an opportunity to say ‘thank you and farewell’ to Fr Alan & Theresa Moses after mass. Fr Alan retires as Vicar of All Saints Margaret Street on 3 November after 25 years of service. For most of that time he has been Area Dean of St Marylebone. He has been instrumental in ensuring that the Annunciation has remained open as a parish church and regularly assists at the Hampden Gurney School Mass. If you would like to contribute to farewell gift as he leaves the West End and moves to Lincolnshire please make a BACS payment to: The Church of the Annunciation; Sort Code: 40 05 29; Account Number: 2023 2173; Ref: ‘Fr Alan’ or let me have a cheque payable to ‘The Annunciation PCC’ with ‘Fr Alan’ written on the back.

    Friday 6 December, 6.30pm Chaplaincy Among Deaf and Deaf Blind People Carol Service

    Saturday 7 December, 10.00am – Noon: Bryanston Nursery Craft Fair. Proceeds to the Great Ormond St Hospital and the London Food Bank.

    Wednesday 11 December, 6.00pm – 9.00pm Vicarage Prosecco Party

    Saturday 14 December, 6.30pm Lessons & Carols for Christmas

    Christmas

    Besides the usual Christmas services, it has been suggested that we have an additional upbeat short carol service for local people and visitors to the West End or some other activity that brings people into the church. It isn’t easy starting these things from scratch so if you have ideas about what the church might do and when we might do it please let me know.

    Supplementary Information Forms for Admission to Church Schools

    If you are hoping that your child be offered a place at a church school nursery or reception class in September next year, then I sign these forms after Christmas and into the New Year. The deadline for admissions in Westminster is 15 January.

    If you are applying for a place in a church secondary school then the deadline varies from school to school. I’m happy to see parents who would like me to sign these forms on an ad hoc basis at any time during the autumn.

    When you come to see me please make sure that you have filled out the parent’s part of the form. I’m confirming the information that’s on that as well as adding details of the child’s attendance. If your child wasn’t baptized at the Annunciation, please bring their baptism certificate. Thank you.

    Because school forms are such a live issue it is very important that you register your child each Sunday that you come. As it says on the mass sheet: attendance cannot be registered retrospectively.

    A Final Request

    Does anyone have some spare speakers suitable for a computer that they don’t want? We could use them on the vestry computer. Please let me know if you would like to donate a pair. Thank you.

    Yours in Christ

    Fr Gerald

    vicar.annunciationmarblearch@gmail.com

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheAnnunciation

    http://www.annunciationmarblearch.org.uk

  • Friday 4th October 2019
    Fr Gerald's Weekly Email

    This Sunday (6 October)

    … is the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity.

    In the gospel, the Apostles want Jesus to ‘increase their faith’. It’s a big ask. In Greek, the same word is often used to mean both ‘faith’ and ‘trust’.

    Trust isn’t easy in the modern world. Institutions and authority figures aren’t trusted in the way that they once were. Fake news undermines public discourse. Social media encourages people to take refuge in their own silos.

    Reaching out and trusting is harder to do. But if we don’t do it then we will find ourselves evermore isolated in worlds of our own choosing. It’s a recipe for rising tension and violence.

    Without being naïve, having faith not just is God but also in other people enables us to grow and see what’s around us in a new light. Let’s explore that on Sunday.

    This is the third and final week that we are asking the congregation to complete a questionnaire about what they think of the Annunciation and the Parochial Church Council’s plans for the future. Please complete the form if you haven’t done so already.

    We are also doing things a little differently from now on when it comes to service books. In future there will be a mass book and a hymn book. A simpler sheet for each Sunday will have the special prayers and readings as well as the notices and other information. The hymn numbers will be on the boards as well as the Sunday sheet. This new approach will have the advantage of cutting down on the admin, and the cost of paper & printing.

    Just one other thing: Vincent Forestier is standing in for Gavin signing in the children. So, please don’t forget to check in with Vincent. Thank you.

    Next Sunday (13 October)

    We are keeping Harvest Thanksgiving. Please bring gifts of non-perishable items that can be forwarded to the West London Day Centre which cares for people who are homeless. Besides food, basic toiletries are also welcome.

    Condolences

    This week Jennifer Pidgen, the mother of Alex who sings in the choir sadly died. So did Eric Webster, Sarah Vakil’s father. We offer our condolences to both Alex and Sarah as well as their families and friends. Please keep them in your prayers.

    Booking the Church

    The Annunciation is used for a variety of events. If you think that there may be something suitable that you would like to see in church, please let me know.

    This Week

    Children’s Choir: Tuesday after school at Hampden Gurney. If you would like your child to join the choir, please contact me.

    Thursday 10 October, 2.00pm is ‘SilverSunday’ at the Carisbrooke Hall in the Victory Services Club, 63-79 Seymour Street W2. This is an initiative organized by the Marble Arch BID Community Team and is aimed at the over ‘60s who might enjoy card games and the like, as well as tea & cake and the chance to make new friends. Numbers are limited so if you would like to go please contact community@marble-arch.london / 020 3145 1210.

    Looking Ahead

    Sunday 13 October. Harvest Thanksgiving Mass with the Children’s Choir.

    Monday 14 October, 6.30pm. Churches together in Westminster has organised a visit to the Crown Court Church of Scotland in Russell Street WC2B 5EZ as part of its ‘Meet the Neighbours’ programme. All welcome. Just turn up.

    Saturday 19 October is the Westminster Abbey Pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Edward the Confessor. It’s a wonderful day at the Abbey with several beautiful and moving services as well as a variety of events – some especially for children. For more information see https://www.westminster-abbey.org/abbey-events/special-tours-and-events/2019/october/edwardtide-pilgrimage

    Sunday 20 October: During mass we’ll be rehearsing our emergency evacuation procedure – weather permitting.

    Wednesday 23rd October, 6.30pm-8.30pm in church: Westminster Conservative Association Drinks & Canapes Reception with Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Policing and Crime. Tickets: £35 available from Michael Mohammed. If you don’t have Michael’s email address please let me know and I’ll put him in touch with you.

    Michael writes: ‘Bryanston and Dorset Square Conservatives are delighted to invite you to an

    evening Drinks Reception with Kit Malthouse MP, Minister of State for Crime,Policing and the Fire Service.Kit was elected as Conservative MP for North West Hampshire in 2015 and previouslyserved as Minister of State for Housing. Prior to being elected to Parliament Kit servedas Deputy Mayor for Policing between 2008 – 2012 and Deputy Mayor for Business andEnterprise from 2012 – 2015 under the then Mayor of London, now Prime Minister,Boris Johnson. Kit also served as a Warwick Ward Councillor on Westminster City Councilbetween 1998 and 2006.’

    Saturday 2 November, 2.00pm. Memorial Service for Priya Dhingra RIP. If you are coming please let me know as there will be a reception following and it would be good to know of the numbers expected. Catering is being organised by members of the congregation. If you would like to volunteer please contact Rebecca Sebastian or Michele Lyons. If you need their email addresses please let me know.

    Sunday 10 November, 7.00pm Concert in church with the American pianist and composer Burnett Thompson (http://www.pianojazz.com/history.htm /http://www.pianojazz.com/reformation.htm). Entrance £10 on the door (cash only please) and donations towards wine afterwards.

    Wednesday 20 November, 7.30pm Community Dinner in church. Speaker: Paul Gibson DSO, MBE (Hampden Gurney School parent) ‘Navigating the Moral Maze - The complexities of being a soldier in the modern era’. Catering by the Marriot Hotel. Tickets: £25. Please let me know if you are coming and tell me whether you would like the vegetarian or meat option.

    Sunday 1 December: There will be an opportunity to say ‘thank you and farewell’ to Fr Alan & Theresa Moses after mass. Fr Alan retires as Vicar of All Saints Margaret Street on 3 November after 25 years of service. For most of that time he has been Area Dean of St Marylebone. He has been instrumental in ensuring that the Annunciation has remained open as a parish church and regularly assists at the Hampden Gurney School Mass. If you would like to contribute to farewell gift as he leaves the West End and moves to Lincolnshire please make a BACS payment to: The Church of the Annunciation; Sort Code: 40 05 29; Account Number: 2023 2173; Ref: ‘Fr Alan’ or let me have a cheque payable to ‘The Annunciation PCC’ with ‘Fr Alan’ written on the back.

    Friday 6 December, 6.30pm Chaplaincy Among Deaf and Deaf Blind People Carol Service

    Wednesday 11 December, 6.00pm – 9.00pm Vicarage Prosecco Party

    Saturday 14 December, 6.30pm Lessons & Carols for Christmas

    Christmas

    Besides the usual Christmas services, it has been suggested that we have an additional upbeat short carol service for local people and visitors to the West End or some other activity that brings people into the church. It isn’t easy starting these things from scratch so if you have ideas about what the church might do and when we might do it please let me know.

    Supplementary Information Forms for Admission to Church Schools

    If you are hoping that your child be offered a place at a church school nursery or reception class in September next year, then I sign these forms after Christmas and into the New Year. The deadline for admissions in Westminster is 15 January.

    If you are applying for a place in a church secondary school then the deadline varies from school to school. I’m happy to see parents who would like me to sign these forms on an ad hoc basis at any time during the autumn.

    When you come to see me please make sure that you have filled out the parent’s part of the form. I’m confirming the information that’s on that as well as adding details of the child’s attendance. If your child wasn’t baptized at the Annunciation, please bring their baptism certificate. Thank you.

    Because school forms are such a live issue it is very important that you register your child each Sunday that you come. As it says on the mass sheet: attendance cannot be registered retrospectively.

    Yours in Christ

    Fr Gerald

    vicar.annunciationmarblearch@gmail.com

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheAnnunciation

    http://www.annunciationmarblearch.org.uk

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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 Niel Pama 07843 663 431

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