What's On at St. Barts

Jumble Sale

Saturday March 17, 12noon - 3.00pm.

Bric-a-brac, household, linen, good-as-new clothes for all ages, books, toys and light refreshments. 

4 Westwood Hill, Sydenham, SE26 6QR

See below our Concerts section for other events

Concerts at St. Bart's

Saturday 14 April, 12noon

Lunchtime Organ Concert in aid of our Organ Appeal

Performed by our Director of Music, Dennis Baugh


our Vicar, the Rev Canon Michael Kingston

Tickets £10.00 (includes a light lunch)

Sunday 22 April, 5.00pm

Flauguissimo Duo and friends

Yu-Wei Hu (flute), Boris Bizjak (flute)                  John Lofving (guitar and theorbo)

Masumi Yamamoto (harpsichord)

French works for two flutes and continuo by  Marais, Leclair and Couperin

Tickets £10 / £8 concession / £5 student / £2 under 18

Sunday 17 June, 6pm

One Tree Hill Sinfonia For Grenfell.

Mahler Symphony no.1 'Titan'

Adrian Varela, conductor

£12, £10 concession. Plus a chance to 'Sit inside the Orchestra'.

Study Course

St. Mark's Gospel. Next session is on Tuesday 21 March at 2.30pm in the church.

Mother's Union

The next Mother's Union meeting will join the Lent Study course at 2.30pm and then have tea afterwards.


The next breakfast, between the 8am and 10am Sunday services, will be on 25 March.

Lent Lunch

The next Lent lunch will be on Sunday 18 March at midday.

Prayer Forum

The next Prayer Forum meeting will be at 8pm on Tuesday 3 April. All are warmly welcome. Please contact the vicar for details.


And look out for . . .

Bring and share lunches at other times of the year, such as Lent and Harvest Festival, Jumble Sales, Concerts, Plant Sales and lots more . . .

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17 March Jumble Sale

18 March Lent Lunch

21 March Mother's Union

25 March Breakfast

3 April Prayer Forum

14 April Lunchtime Organ Concert

22 April Concert

29 April Annual Parish Meeting

17 June Grenfell concert


Local WW1 dead to be remembered in our prayers