New Year's Concert & Afternoon Tea: Thursday 17th January, 2pm - 4.30pm
Organised by Kensington & Chelsea Age UK. For more information and to book, call 020 8969 9105.



Britten and Schubert in Song: Wednesday 16th January at 6.30pm
Max Barley and Dominic Edwards return to bring two giants of vocal composition, Benjamin Britten and Franz Schubert, together once more - in song and across time. Free with retiring collection.


Choral Evensong: Sunday 20th January at 6pm
An Epiphany-themed Evensong sung by the church's voluntary choir, St Matthias Singers. Followed by Benediction.

  
2019 Unity Service, St Philip’s, Earl’s Court Road: Tuesday 22nd January, 7.15pm
Kensington Council of Churches is happy to confirm details of the 2019 Unity Service, which will be hosted by St Philip's Church, Earl's Court Road. With representatives from Churches Together in Notting Hill joining this annual service during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The address will be given by His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos, the first Coptic Archbishop of London. The Ecumenical Worship Service will be based on materials supplied by Churches Together in Britain & Ireland.  


Corelli and WKMT duo: Saturday 26th January at 6.15pm
West Kensington Music Team celebrates the beginning of the year by showcasing its new crown jewels kept at St Cuthbert's Church: Handel keyboard worls on the Yamaha CFIII Concert grand provided by Markson's pianos and a Corelli Trio Sonata played by Maestro Avelino Vazque on his grand-harpsichord. Tickets via 020 7101 4479 - online - or on the door.


Modern Slavery in London:  Diocese of London Lent Appeal:
Wednesday 30th January, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
St John’s Church, Lansdowne Crescent, W11 2NN
The 2019 Diocese of London Lent Appeal on Modern Slavery, builds on the work of the Clewer Initiative, part of the national church’s approach to eradicating Modern Slavery which was launched by Archbishop Justin in October 2017.  The aim of the evening is to understand more about what Slavery in London looks like today and to explore how we can be part of the solution to eradicate it from our capital – through actions and our financial donations. The evening is open to all and will begin with refreshments, it will be introduced by The Bishop of London, The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Sarah Mullally.  
You will also have the opportunity to connect with the Modern Slavery Project at the Eastern European Resource Centre which has just been established to provide specialist support to Polish and Romanian victims of Modern Slavery. This is a free event but please reserve your place on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/modern-slavery-in-london-part-of-the-diocese-of-london-lent-appeal-tickets-53253636059  or email events@capitalmass.org.uk.
  

MASKS: Elia Stavrou’s Debut Concert Series, Friday 8th February, 8pm
Featuring piano works by Ravel, Debussy and Faure. Tickets available via Eventbrite  Further information at www.eliastavrou.com
 

Nutrition Workshop: Thursday 21st February, 2.30-4pm
Organised by Kensington & Chelsea Age UK. For more information and to book, call 020 8969 9105.
 

First Aid Workshop: Thursday 28th February, 10am-1.30pm
Organised by Kensington & Chelsea Age UK. For more information and to book, call 020 8969 9105.