Enjoying the first of our fortnightly community lunches cooked in our new kitchen in Our Lady’s Hall, We hope to provide lunch once a month on a Tuesday and Sands End Adventure Playground in Pineapple Park is providing lunch two weeks later.
At our first community lunch in the hall cooked in our new kitchen
Fr Bill waiting with an estimated 200,000-250,000 pilgrims in Phoenix park, Dublin, on a rainy, windy, lovely day as the Pope arrives to celebrate Mass in August
Caroline, one of our delegation of two from Our Lady’s keeping dry as we waited for the Pope to appear
Irish music at the RDS during a break at the World Meeting of Families
Pilgrims at an afternoon Mass in the main arena at the RDS Dublin during the World Meeting of Families
Rain had soaked the worshippers at the Mass in the RDS as we received communion, then the rainbow appeared, a great promise of hope for the Church.
The icon of Christ appears in glory lit by the late evening sun
Bishop, one of our asylum seeker family members, drew this card for us.
Francesco opens a bottle of wine for us; he cooked a wonderful BBQ on Pentecost Sunday, many thanks.
Marie at the BBQ on Pentecost Sunday
George talking to Megumi at the BBQ on Pentecost Sunday
Maria at the BBQ on Pentecost Sunday
The Blessing of the Statue to St Barbara patron saint of miners and tunellers at Tideway West, Carnwath Road.
The church is made ready for the First Communion Celebration Day 22 April 2018
Baby Alexander in foreground with Baby Theo by the font after they were baptised on Saturday 21 April.
The organist, Domenico, and the choir in April
Sarah, one of our two volunteer co-ordinators who organise our team of volunteers to provide food, clothing, toiletries, a little cash – and thousands of nappies to our asylum-seeker families who visit us on Sunday afternoons once a month.
Flowers on the Altar in the Lady Chapel.
Sunset over Pineapple Park
The shop in the hall after 11am Mass
Above: neighbours and friends met outside the church on 18 June, 2017 a beautiful day for the Great Get-Together lunch as we recognised, as the late Jo Cox MP said, we have much more that unites us than divides us.
Above: The Church Tower at evening time.
Catechists and flower arrangers prepare for Sunday’s First Communion celebration 2017
Easter Flowers and (below) front of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, flowers in church and camellias blossoming outside as Spring arrives
Easter Font 2017
Our Lady of Perpetual Help here in Fulham, near the Thames is open for each and everyone of us all through this coming year. The church that carries her name is in Stephendale Road in Fulham, SW6. We have had many occasions to thank her for her intercessions to her Son in whose name we live and move and have our being. Here there is a welcome for everyone of goodwill, a place of prayer and beauty.
Our postal address is Parish House, 2 Tynemouth Street, Fulham, SW6 2QT. You will find Sand’s End east of Wandsworth Bridge Road, south of New King’s Road, north Imperial Wharf. You can contact us on 020 7736 4864. Fr Bill’s email is email@example.com and the parish email address is firstname.lastname@example.org