St Eth's Fulham
'A welcoming community in the heart of
Fulham where we pray, serve and love'

Sunday Services

Family Service at St Eth's

The church meets every Sunday at 10.30am for our Sunday Service. It helps to get there 15 minutes early to get a parking spot and seat in time for the service to start.

We meet at:

528 Fulham Palace Road
Fulham
London SW6 6JF


There is parking available on the road beside the church.

You can expect a warm welcome, family friendly sung Mass, impactful preaching and a friendly bunch of people gathering to learn more about God and the relevance of faith. 

We have fantastic facilities and opportunities for children to take part in the life of the church.

Lady Chapel: The Lady Chapel is usually laid out with toys and books to keep children occupied and allow the main church to be a somewhat quieter place.  The service can be listened to through our sound system and parents and children can come back in to the main church anytime.  Children under 3 years must be accompanied by a parent/carer at all times.

Choir: Children 7 years+ are invited to join our choir and learn how to sing choral music.  It's great fun! 

Servers: Children 7 years+ can join our team of servers in the sanctuary every week.  Full training will be given. 

Alternatively, children can just sit beside a parent/carer, or join in with the Children's Sunday Club.

After the main service finishes, there is an opportunity to meet the Vicar for a conversation and/or prayer. There is tea, coffee and biscuits served in the church hall.

Come and join us!

If you have any questions about our Sunday Service or would like to get in touch, we are always willing and happy to help. Please get in touch using the contact details below. 
 


Candlelit Service of Silent Reflection at St Clem's


A candlelit service of silent reflection takes place at St Clem's every Sunday evening at 6.00pm.

We meet at:

St Clement's Church
286 Fulham Palace Road,
Hammersmith, London
SW6 6HP

This is a safe environment which welcomes you to relax and unwind, with music and prayers. Stress reduction is one of the most common reasons people try meditation. 

It can also help to control anxiety
Promotes emotional health
Enhances self awareness
Lengthens your attention span
Can generate kindness
May help fight addiction
May also help reduce age related memory loss

St Clement's welcomes you.