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The earliest followers of Jesus were marked by their love for one another. Their love was total, it was selfless and without compromise. You could spot a Christian by their love. It was often said, in referring to the earliest Christians, “See how they love one another.”

As a community of believers in Ealing this is how we want to be seen. We want to be known for our love. Why? Because through seeing our love for one another; our love for our neighbour, for strangers, even for those who would seek to hurt us, we hope that people will see the very real love of God. 

We pray they would also see that God loved us first. All of us, and He calls us to an intimate, personal, life changing relationship with him. Come encounter the God who loves you.

Jesus on the cross st benedicts ealing

Gathering on a sunday

As a Catholic community we gather on Sundays to worship God and receive our spiritual nourishment. For so great is Jesus’ love for us that he could not leave us orphans without food. Jesus provides for our spiritual life by feeding us with his very Body and Blood, as he said he would. “This is the bread which comes down from heaven, that a man may eat of it and not die. I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is my flesh.” John 6: 50-52
 
The multitude who heard Jesus proclaim this realised he meant it. It divided them; some believed, others walked away. From the beginning of the Church, Christians have gathered on a Sunday to celebrate the fact that God feeds his children in Holy Communion. This has been believed throughout the centuries because they have all believed that Jesus was God, that his words are true and Holy Communion is really Jesus’ Body and Blood for our nourishment. If this is true, why would we want to stay away from his offer of his own self, for even a week?

The Parish Team

Fr Ambrose McCambridge OSB

Parish Priest

Fr Timothy Gorham OSB

Parish Father

Deacon Gordon Nunn

Parish Deacon

Krysia Carr

Parish Pastoral Coordinator

Maggi Curtin

Parish secretary

Deacon Ian Edwards

Parish Deacon

Deacon Alex
Burke

Parish Deacon

Daniel Ferguson

Catechetical Coordinator

Jim Welsh

Safeguarding Representative

Suzanne Nunn

Safeguarding Representative

Makalita Kautoke

Safeguarding representative

Abbot Dominic
Taylor OSB

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who to contact

Parish Office Address:
Parish Office
2 marchwood Crescent
ealing
london
w5 2dz
020 8194 2301
parishoffice@ealingabbey.org.uk
Parish Office
Opening Times:
phone & Email only
*Closed 10:30am-12pm
Mondays for Team meeting
Monastery Office Address:
Monastery Office
Charlbury Grove
Ealing
London
w5 2dy
020 8194 2300
ealingmonk@ealingabbey.org.uk

Monastery Office
Opening Times:
Phone & Email Only

The world is constantly moving, whirling, spinning, onto the next thing. Jesus stands still. He is the still point in a turning world and He calls us here.
abbey monastery office opening hours st benedicts ealing
Reduced Church opening Times:

Monday - Friday
9am-12:30pm &
5:45pm-End of Vespers

Saturday
8:30am-End of 9am Mass &
5:45pm-End of 6pm Mass

Sunday
8:30am-End of 12pm Mass &
6:45pm-End of 7pm Mass
"When you approach the tabernacle remember that He has been awaiting you for twenty centuries."
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