Worship is Online Again but our Churches are Open

Churches across the deanery are again saying morning prayers and celebrating the Eucharist behind closed doors but churches are still open for private prayer and reflection. See below for service and opening times.

Rev Anne Crawford from Richmond Team Ministry writes:
“We feel bereft that we cannot come together and take bread in to our hands and remember in ways which strengthen us, inspire us and comfort us, especially when life is difficult and we are fearful. But we have been this way before, and we learned a lot about what it means to be the Body of Christ when we cannot gather physically together, and we can be re-assured that God will be with us and will make his presence felt as we navigate our way forward and do our best to care for each other and for those who look to the Church for help, support and

Holy Trinity Barnes

Visit htbarnes.org at 10am and 6pm on Sundays or click here if you miss the service.

St Michael and All Angels, Barnes

Sunday – Sung Mass 10.00am Facebook and You Tube
Monday – Morning Prayer 9.00am Zoom
Tuesday – Morning Prayer 9.00am Zoom
Morning Prayer 9.00am Zoom
Mass 12.00pm Facebook and YouTube
Thursday – Morning Prayer 9.00am Zoom
Morning Prayer 9.00am Zoom
Mass 9.30am Facebook and YouTube

Email admin@stmichaelbarnes.org to join Morning Prayer via Zoom

St Mary, Barnes

Click here for morning prayers and Sunday services –
8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer), 10am Parish Eucharist: , 6pm Evensong. The church is open 9:30am-4pm daily and Rev James Hutchings will be in the church around midday each day (except Friday)

Holy Trinity, Richmond

Click here to join Holy Trinity, Richmond 10am every Sunday .

St Anne, Kew

Click here to join St Anne’s, Kew 10am every Sunday. Join St Anne’s for Morning Prayer via Zoom at 8:45am every day except Sunday (email nigel.worn@gmail.com).

St Richard, Ham

Click here for Sunday Sermons from Rev Simon Coupland and regular reflections from Rev Sarah Atkins. The church will be open for private prayer on Sunday mornings between 10 and 11.30 am, with social distancing. Pictures, prayers and Bible verses on the screen aid in quiet reflection with a 20-minute rolling programme.

Christ Church East Sheen

Click here for weekly Sunday videos. The Church is open for private prayer 2-4pm every day and additionally 10am-12noon on Sundays.

All Saints East Sheen

Click here for 10am Eucharist on Sunday mornings. Evensong at 6pm on weekdays and Morning Worship on Thursdays at 10am continue on Zoom. Email alexbarrow1@gmail.com if you wish to join.

St Mary the Virgin, Mortlake

Click here to join live worship, 10am each Sunday. The church is open for private prayer 12 noon to 2pm each weekday.

Richmond Team Ministry

Live streamed service on www.facebook.com/StJohntheDivineRTM 10am each Sunday. Visit www.richmondteamministry.org/messages for links to virtual services, sermons, thoughts and other useful resources. There is morning prayer from Monday to Thursday via Zoom email admin@richmondteamministry.org.
Churches in Richmond Team Ministry will be open for private prayer and reflection as follows
St John the Divine will be open on:
Tuesdays, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Saturdays, 10.00am – 12.00noon and
Sundays, 9.30am – 10.30am
St Mary Magdalene will be open on:
Wednesdays, 9.30am – 11.00am
Saturdays, 10.00am – 12.00noon
Sunday 8 November 8.00am – 11.30am,
Sunday 15 November 8.00am – 9.30am.
St Matthias will be open on:
Saturdays, 10.00am – 12.00noon.

St Luke’s and the Barn Church, Kew

Visit www.stlukeskew.org/sermons and www.stlukeskew.org/prayers for weekly sermons and intercessions. St Lukes, Kew is open 11-11:30am each Sunday for private prayer. Visit www.facebook.com/stlukeskew each Sunday 11am for “Prayer Half Hour” with ogran music. St Philip and All Saints is open 9:30-10am each Sunday for private prayer.

St Peter’s, Petersham

St Peter’s is open for private prayer each 9:30am-12 noon each Sunday.

The Church of England

Click here to watch weekly online services from the Church of England

Sunday Services from the Bishop of Southwark’s Chapel and Southwark Cathedral

From Sunday 8 November Bishop Christopher will be streaming a Eucharist from his Chapel at Bishop’s House at 9.30am.  It can be found on the Diocesan Facebook and YouTube feeds and on Bishop Christopher’s Twitter feed

Southwark Cathedral will continue to stream Morning Prayer from the Cathedral each day at 9am.  Night Prayer will continue to  be streamed at 8pm Monday to Saturday and at 6pm on Sunday.  The Sunday Eucharist will be streamed at 11am.   These can all be found on the Cathedral website and the Cathedral Facebook and YouTube channels. 

Live Streamed Services Bible Studies and Prayer Meetings from around the Country

Visit AChurchNearYou to find local churches who are live streaming services, Bible studies, prayer meetings