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As the Easter season leads in to the Platinum Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth, we warmly invite you to join us at the following special events and services.

Sunday, May 8, 2022 10:10
The Parish Eucharist Easter IV – A Service for Peace
Followed by a Community Bring-and-Share Lunch to celebrate the Commonwealth of Nations and the Anglican Communion

Thursday, May 26, 2022 19:30
The Feast of the Ascension
Taverner Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas
Mundy Vox Patris celestis
Il Suono, Christian Goursaud dir.
Followed by a drinks reception

Wednesday, June 1, 2022 19:00
Massacre of The Innocents
This late-1980s BBC Documentary tells the story of the controversial conversion of our church building
Don’t Forget: The Holy Innocents’ Revue
Nigel Walters’ fixed point-of-view film of Sally Munton’s Revue, staged for our 125th anniversary in March 2016

Sunday, June 5, 2022 10:10
Parish Eucharist for the Feast of Pentecost (Whitsun)
Followed by a drinks reception

Sunday, June 12, 2022 10:10
Parish Eucharist for the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 19:30
A Service of Remembrance on the 5th Anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire



    UNICEF concert postponed until

4 February 2022

12 December 2021

at 16:00






A programme of seasonal vocal music solo to 5 part, Medieval to Modern with carols old and new including music by Lassus, Eccard, Praetorius, Foster, Macmillan, and Harper.
Traditional pieces and Spirituals.





Interval refreshments available.
Tickets £10 (under 16s free) via link below
or available on the door.
Proceeds to West London Action for Children



The Gustav Holst Ensemble plays


Mozart Piano Quartet K.478 & Beethoven Piano Quartet OP.16


The Gustav Holst Ensemble is thrilled to be performing Mozart’s piano quartet in G minor K.478 and Beethoven’s piano quartet in E flat major Opus 16 at The Church of the Holy Innocents, Hammersmith. The concert will also be streamed LIVE ONLINE on the day of the performance.


Sunday 14th November 2021 at 4.00 pm


            Tickets in advance available here 






             Chiswick Baroque





           Sunday 25 July at 4 pm


A programme of 5 part vocal music Medieval to Modern including music by : 

Monteverdi, Weelkes, Wilbye, Josquin and Maxwell Davies

Folk and spirituals and a preview of 3 pieces from Celia Harper’s new “Requiem for 100,000 Souls.”

Tickets £10 from

or on the door, under 16 free

Proceeds to The Upper Room



Piano Recital





Works by Buxtehude, Mozart, Schumann, Brahms and Poulenc

Saturday, 10th July

at 7.30pm

Tickets via:



The Gustav Holst Ensemble plays Mozart Divertimento K.V.563

Sunday 23rd May, 4.00 pm – 5.00 pm

The Gustav Holst Ensemble is thrilled to be performing Mozart’s Divertimento in E flat major K.V.563, live, in its debut concert in West London, to raise funds for the Mayhew, an animal welfare charity, and to mark the lifting of COVID restrictions on live performance, by celebrating music-making in the local community.

Full details, including how to book tickets can be found here 

Please note, general admission tickets to attend the concert in person in the church have now sold out and a wait list is now in operation.  There are still tickets available for people who would like to view the concert online.

Vigil with Music on The Feast of St Joseph, 19th March 2021 7.30pm

As we recall the turbulent history of Our Lord’s childhood and the Holy Family’s Flight into Egypt we pray for the dispossessed, refugees, asylum seekers and strangers in a strange land; we remember those who live with the threat of ecological disaster, famine and violence and we pray for all who place themselves in harm’s way to minister to others. Music will be provided by Loulla Gormon, members of South West Brass, the Clariphonics and friends and will include:

Allegro – 1st movement from Concerto in Do Maggiore for Two Trumpets and Keyboard by A. Vivaldi
Minuetto for 2 solo trumpets by A. Corelli
Larghetto from Trio Sonata no.3 by G. F. Handel- arranged for 2 trumpets and keyboard continuo

To mark the anniversary of the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the UK, this is the first of two special services of prayer and music. There will be a retiring collection in aid of UNICEF.



Chiswick Baroque event – Sunday 13th December, 4.00 pm

Chiswick Baroque presents a programme celebrating Advent and Christmas. 5 voices a cappella sing sacred music by Monteverdi, Arcadelt, Schein, Grieg, Maxwell Davies and Harper with carols old and new, seasonal chants and lullabies.

Sung by
Ros Keating soprano
Gillian Pillans soprano
Shelley Smith alto
Jean-Paul Sinclair tenor
Oliver Hinton bass
directed by Celia Harper

Tickets £10 per person (under 16s free) – proceeds in aid of West London Action for Children. 

Click here for tickets – please note for Covid security reasons, track and trace will be in operation and you will be asked to enter your contact details on the form.  These details will not be used for any other purpose.

Memorial to an Exceptional Year

On any view it’s been an exceptional year so far, with the first half of 2020 now behind us and the second half looking to be just as remarkable, as we face the new challenge of rebuilding our plans, lives, homes and church for the future.

Altogether, it will be a year like no other any of us can remember, and with this in mind we think it important to find ways to record and commemorate what we are living through, both for us to reflect on now and for posterity.

Particularly as it struck us recently that our church archive includes little of the events of 1918, when the Spanish flu pandemic struck, and a glimpse of how our church family in the past coped with a similar situation to ours could have been a source of great hope and encouragement.

Memorial Box

We are planning a physical memorial or ‘box’ of items of significance from when the church closed for the first time in March. The idea is that the box will then be securely put away and only re-opened on our 150th anniversary in 2041.

We have already begun to collect various important mementos: the letters and drawings that many of you sent to Fr David while the church building was closed; service sheets for the last service before lockdown; funeral booklets for those who have died without the usual funeral service; and various objects, such as the containers for each of the Presence Candles that Fr David replenished every week of our closure.

Your Contributions

We want to capture as many different contributions as we can for our memorial box, so that it is a true reflection of this exceptional year across all ages in our entire church family. What form your contribution takes is down to you – it could be writings, drawings, photos and any objects that capture your experience of the year.

All ideas are welcome, so please do send any thoughts you have on this project by email to communications

But, most important of all, please do start thinking about, working on or creating anything you’d like to contribute.

There’s no real restriction, other than size, on what could go in the box, as long as it commemorates this year for you in a way that future congregations will find moving, interesting and encouraging – so do (excuse the pun!) think outside the box!

We will continue to update you on our plans and the closing deadline for submissions, so that the box can securely be put away twenty years ahead of our 150th anniversary and, together, we provide a loving and important Memorial to an Exceptional Year for our future church family.


Parochial Church Meeting

July 4, 2020

On the occasion of the church building reopening for public worship after 15 Sundays of closure

The Meeting will open at 6.30pm with a Celebration of Holy Communion (BCP)

The Parish Eucharist will be held for the first time on July 5 at 10.10am (Common Worship)

Parochial Church Council Meeting Notes


Creating for Community

Raising funds for this year’s Lent Appeal: ALMA

After a fantastic turnout at the voting polls, we are pleased to announced that the winner of this competition is… Sophie’s nephew, Theo Efremidis!

Congratulations, Theo, for your uplifting Isolation Song “God Almighty”, which is a worthy winner among some fantastic creative entries, which you can be reminded of at Creating for Community Competition entries

Well done to all participants and voters, because thanks both to your creative activities and then votes in support we have raised £343.60 for ALMA.

If you’d like to relive Theo’s the lovely song you can find it at


A great effort all round.

Musical Prayer for Holy Saturday

Art truly is a Holy Saturday Experience.’ – Botho Strauß

From lockdown in his home in Bremen, Parvis Hejazi shares with us his reflections on Beethoven Op. 110 as a ‘musical prayer’.  To accompany his words you can enjoy his performance of the pieces by clicking on the links below.

Beethoven’s Second Last Sonata as a Musical Prayer

Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 I. Moderato
Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 II. Scherzo
Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 III. Adagio – Fuga – Tempo primo – Fuga

Being a pianist and composer, Parvis Hejazi (20) is well known as an acclaimed and highly promising young musician living in London. Working in a wide range of artistic activities from solo recital and concerto programmes to chamber music performances and from composing to conducting, he holds the Gerd Bucerius Award of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben for being “a highly promising young artist”. Parvis has already performed in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, the US, Russia and Israel, including major concert venues, such as the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Die Glocke Bremen, Mozarteum Salzburg or the Federal Chancellery in Berlin. In 2016, Parvis played his debut recital at the Salzburg Festival.

Sing Resurrection

Easter Sunday, 12th April, 10am

Easter Sunday 2020 will be an Easter Sunday like no other before it. We cannot sing the great Easter hymns inside our churches, but we can sing them in this way…

At 10am on Easter Sunday April 12th we call on all who want to celebrate the resurrection to go outside and sing Jesus Christ is Risen Today and Thine be the Glory at the top of their voices! You could sing them…
In your garden
In your street
Like an Italian from your balcony!
On your permitted daily walk in your local park
By the sea or by a lake
…all of course keeping safe spatial distance.

How to make this happen…
Please share Sing Resurrection with as many people as possible by social media, email, phone.

Let’s share it globally too and see if Sing Resurrection can happen at 10am in 24 time zones around the world!

Invite friends and neighbours in advance to listen out for Sing Resurrection or to join in themselves.

Visit for more information and for the words of the hymns.

Take up the Cross Challenge

Thank you to our friends in the Diocese of Rochester who are encouraging us in the
Taking up the Cross Challenge.
Let us fill our homes with crosses in Holy Week & across Easter week.
There are various ways to join in. Why not:

Make Origami Crosses – Click here or here

Colour Cross pictures – Click here or here

Crochet Crosses – Click here

Knitted Crosses – Click here

Stain Glass Crosses – Click here

Sand Art Crosses – Click her

Wood cross – Click here

Lego Crosses – Click here

As you place your creation up in windows pray together the following prayer:

Dear Father,
We remember and thank you for your love,
For your care & protection of all your people
Let us display & share the love held within this Cross
May people recognise you God, as they see our Cross
Give us all hope and peace within the security and knowledge of you.

You can download our full Lent, Holy Week, and Easter 2020 booklet HERE