Welcome to the website of St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing.

We are a Christian community that seek to:

– proclaim the life-changing love of God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit
worship God in the beauty of word and sacrament
joyfully serve the community around Pitshanger Lane

We would be delighted to hear from you or to welcome you to one of our services.


8am Said Mass (traditional language)
This reflective service uses the beautiful language of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer and lasts approximately 45 minutes. There is a short sermon and plenty of contemplative space to recharge.

9.30am Children’s Service (3rd Sunday of the month)
A 30 minute service for young children. It includes songs and a very visual bible story. Then a shared, kid-friendly, breakfast follows afterwards.

10.30am Sung Mass (with children’s ministries)
The main service of the day combines transcendent music, beautiful ceremonial and accessible preaching. The Mass lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and includes ministries right from toddlers to teens.

10.30am All Age Mass (1st Sunday of the month)
This is a truly “shh-free” form of Eucharistic worship that is open to all ages, but particularly suitable for families. Music is led by our new Community Gospel Choir.

5pm Choral Evensong & Benediction (1st Sunday of the month)
A beautiful service of evening prayer combining sung psalms, canticles and hymns.


Tuesdays 9.30 am – Morning Prayer

Wednesdays 12.30pm, Midweek Mass
A reflective communion service and short sermon for midweek spiritual refreshment.

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Full contact details for the church are given on the contacts page, or you can telephone the Parish Office on 020 8998 4079. Please call the Parish Office for enquiries relating to the Hall.

Our Vicar is Father Justin Dodd.

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 1QG.

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"Wherever you are on your journey of faith, a warm welcome awaits you at St Barnabas!"

Parish News:

Find out more about the charities we support, Prospex and Nepali Children’s Trust. The collection from the Lent boxes will be shared between these two charities.

For Fr Justin’s latest sermon and other thoughts, please visit his blog. You can also follow him on Twitter.



Explore our Mission Action Plan for 2017 to 2019 with this overview and in further detail.