Low Mass

Occuring
Every Sunday at
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

High Mass

Occuring
Every Sunday at for 1 hour
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

The principal act of worship on Sundays and on Solemn Feast Days is a traditional High Mass (a form of the interim rite) but with significant concessions to Vatican II and using the BCP readings. It seeks to achieve spiritual excellence by combining carefully thought out and well-honed ceremonial with appropriately fitting music combining traditional liturgical plainsong with settings of the mass, anthems and motets from a wide range of composers, from all musical periods.

Evening Prayer and Benediction

Occuring
Every Sunday at
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

EP & B

Live church Mass

Occuring
Every day at for 30 mins
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

Mass is said every evening at 6.30pm during the Covid-19 pandemic and at 11.30am on Saturdays with Sung Mass at 11am on Sunday morning.

The live broadcast can be found on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/stmarysbournestreet/

Low Mass

Occuring
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

The said Mass is a form of Common Worship. The parish upholds the instruction from the Bishop of London contained in his pastoral letter of All Saints’ Day 2011 to celebrate the mass according to the rites of the Church of England and only to supplement with material from the Roman rite for items for which no provision is made.

Low Mass

Occuring
Every Saturday at
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

The said Mass is a form of Common Worship. The parish upholds the instruction from the Bishop of London contained in his pastoral letter of All Saints’ Day 2011 to celebrate the mass according to the rites of the Church of England and only to supplement with material from the Roman rite for items for which no provision is made.

Study Day at St Mary's Bourne Street

Occuring
for 6 hours
Venue
St Mary's, Bourne Street
Address
30 Bourne Street Pimlico London, SW1W 8JJ, United Kingdom

Celebrating the art and architecture of St Mary’s and marking the 150th anniversary of consecration.

The Church of St Mary’s is, architecturally and artistically, one of the most distinguished Anglo-Catholic mission churches of the late nineteenth century in London. Since its consecration in 1874, the church has been the subject of near-continuous enrichment, embellishments and expansions. The outstanding architectural and historic interest of the building is recognised by a Grade II* listing by Historic England and the neighbouring Presbytery is listed at grade II Like so many mission churches of this type the elevation to the street is a sombre and austere one but this belies the opulence and magnificence of the decoration and fittings of the interior, and the stunning contemporary design by Matthew Lloyd Architects of the new community facilities completed last year. The Study Day will for the first time explore in detail how the Church came to be founded and its considerable contribution to nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first century art and architecture. The day will draw together experts in their field and whilst concentrating upon St Mary’s will set the church in a wider context and will be of interest to all those involved with similar buildings and institutions.

Speakers

Michael Yelton - Martin Travers and his work at St Mary’s

Edmund Harris - R. J. Withers at 200 and St Mary’s at 150: The life and work of the Architect of the Church

Alan Powers - Stylistic Affinities: H.S. Goodhart-Rendel at St Mary’s

Kenneth Powell - Roderick Gradidge and St Mary’s

Alex Sherrat - Carving the Pineapple: The Twenty-First Century at St Mary’s

Chaired by Alexandrina Buchanan. The study day will begin at noon with coffee. A fork luncheon will be served and tea in the afternoon. The day will conclude with a drinks reception at 5.30pm.