The church building is currently closed due to COVID-19.

Getting here

St Barnabas, Pimlico

Bus Routes: 11, 211 and 170 stopping on Pimlico Road (or 360 and C10 stopping near by)

Underground: Sloane Square or Victoria

Overground: Victoria Station

Coaches: Victoria Coach Station

Cars: The church has not on site parking.  Parking is available in the street (ParkRight Westminster) or in local carparks.

St Barnabas, Pimlico is a London parish church in the liberal Anglo-Catholic tradition.

St Barnabas has been serving people living on the borders of Belgravia, Chelsea and Pimlico since 1850 when it was consecrated as the first purpose-built church to embody the principles of the Oxford Movement, a tradition which it continues to maintain.

There is a Sung Mass at 10.00am each Sunday morning with traditional ceremonial on a scale appropriate to a parish church. 

A Low Mass is celebrated each Wednesday at 12.45 pm. Other masses (Feasts and other Holy Days) are as advertised on our Facebook pages: and our website:

St Barnabas is a Grade 1 Listed Building that remains in the use for which it was intended - a place where the beauty of the Gospel is celebrated in word and sacrament.  The church contains important work by Bodley, Comper, Kempe and Travers.

Priest-in-Charge: The Revd John Pearson-Hicks (from 28th October 2015)

St Barnabas Street

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