Welcome to St Barnabas

St Barnabas Bethnal Green is an inclusive Anglican parish church, part of the Tower Hamlets Deanery in the Stepney episcopal area of the Diocese of London. Its diverse congregation is a cross-section of the local community in Bethnal Green and Bow.

St Barnabas works for the good of all local people, whatever their beliefs.

Thanks to everyone who joined us in celebrating the 60th anniversary of the rededication of St Barnabas Bethnal Green, after it was damaged in the blitz. We enjoyed party food and drinks after our Sunday Mass Family Service. Professor Maxwell Hutchison was our special guest preacher who was also given the honour of cutting our celebratory cake. ... See MoreSee Less

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Music concert: IntrumentalJun 17, 4:00pmSt Barnabas Bethnal GreenCome along to St.Barnabas Church, June 17th at 4 pm and enjoy young talented instrumentalists from Chisenhale Primary School and their colleagues from First Musical Academy who will be performing a range of flamboyant masterpieces on different musical instruments from classical to jazz alongside each other and also unforgettable performance from invited professional musicians at Grand Finale.

The admission is free of charge. All families are welcome.
Coffee, Tea, variety of cakes and biscuits are available during the interval.

This afternoon concert will mark the start of our celebration weekend of the 17th -18th June as it is the weekend following our Saints day on June 12th, and it will also be 60 years since St Barnabas was rededicated following the reordering of the Church after severe bomb damage during the second World War.

Music at Chisenhale

Our aim for music at Chisenhale is that every child has the opportunity to take part in a variety of musical activities throughout their primary education.

Our school vision is for children to become successful learners, confident individuals and we believe that music can have a powerful role in developing children's confidence in a number of different ways.

First Musical Academy

FMA is an Arts Awards registered center selected by Youth Music and Sound Connections to run the 'Youth Music Mentors' program funded by the Department of Arts, Culture, and Sports. It offers quality instrumental and vocal training to all ages and stages. Our aspiration is to offer high-quality instrumental tuition and performance opportunity to people of all ethnic groups and backgrounds.
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Music concert: Intrumental

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St Barnabas Bethnal Green

We held moving Feast of Pentecost services yesterday morning and evening, celebrating the love of the Holy Spirit with each other. Here is a picture of our Sunday school young people, led by Joan, having lots of fun learning about this special day. ... See MoreSee Less

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St Barnabas Bethnal Green

Free live rockabilly and traditional Irish music concertJun 18, 7:00pmSt Barnabas Bethnal GreenCome and celebrate 60 years of love, hope, peace and joy at St Barnabas, Grove Road e3 5TG.

St Barnabas was rededicated on June 18th 1957 after being bomed. Please come along and help us celebrate.

10.30am - Celebration mass with Guest preacher Professor Maxwell Hutchinson.

12pm to 1pm - Food, cake and fizz.

7pm to 10pm - Live music including traditional Irish music from Terence O'Flaherty and guests. You are welcome to bring your own food and drink.

Everyone is invited. If you are going to The Great Get Together Picnic in Victoria Park (from 1pm to 5pm) pop in on the way to the bandstand for some cake.
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Free live rockabilly and traditional Irish music concert

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St Barnabas Bethnal Green

Community picnic and church open afternoonJun 18, 1:00pmThe Bandstand Victoria Park E9 7 London, United KingdomJoin us for a Community Picnic linked in with the Hope not Hate/More in common – bringing communities together – Campaign in memory of the murdered MP Jo Cox.

The picnic is being held at the Bandstand in Victoria Park from 1pm.

Our celebration on the weekend of the 17th -18th June is the weekend following our Saints day on June 12th, and it will also be 60 years since St Barnabas was rededicated following the reordering of the Church after severe bomb damage during the second World War.
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Community picnic and church open afternoon

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What a wonderful idea. Have an amazing time xxxx

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