WHAT’S ON             




Glass Door relieves poverty among street homeless people in West London by providing accommodation, advice and support.

Each winter since 1999, churches of different denominations in West London have provided the venues for our night shelter.

The Upper Room is a registered charity dedicated to the relief of poverty and suffering among people who are socially disadvantaged, vulnerable, homeless and marginalised sections of our societies in west London.

Clergy and others from the parish regularly visit local residents homes and care homes, including Park Court, Mary Seacole House and Chiswick Nursing Home.

We will also be happy to take communion to those confined to their own homes, or to offer anointing and prayers of healing for those in need.

Over the past fifteen years St Peter’s has forged a strong bond with our twin parish of St Bartholomew's, Messumba, a small town situated on the eastern shore of Lake Niassa, Mozambique.

We have exchanged visits, and also raised money to support a school building and fresh water project.