E17 Art Trail @ St Barnabas Walthamstow

Fr. Steven Saxby has provided information about the diverse range of artists which St Barnabas, Walthamstow is hosting this year for the E17 Art Trail. Their private view and “meet the artists” event is tomorrow evening (Thursday 2nd September) from 8pm – 9.30pm. Click here for subsequent opening dates and times. Anna Newson-Lyons presents ‘From here to there’, a […]

A Spiritual Home

Interior of St Barnabas Station 1 Station 7 and INRI Station 7 INRI Madonna and Child in the Lady Chapel Do This and Crucifixion Station 8 and Organ corbel Organ corbel and Station 9 1902 foundation stone by Eric Gill, then articled to W. D. Caroe. The information sheet for the E17 Art Trail exhibition […]

Stations on the E17 Art Trail

The guide to the E17 Art Trail has been published and includes the exhibition of Henry Shelton’s Stations of the Cross at St Barnabas Walthamstow. The E17 Art Trail is an artist run project which provides the framework for E17’s and Waltham Forest’s artists and makers to exhibit and promote their work and art practice. […]

A reconciling vision

Henry Shelton greets Father Steven on behalf of Commission For Mission Father Steven with a representative from the local Mosque The Igorot community singing ‘Dios Ama Sika Langwa’ Tonight was a celebration of new ministry for Commission For Mission committee member Father Steven Saxby as he was licensed by Bishop David, Commission for Mission’s Patron, […]

Stations on the E17 Art Trail

Stations of the Cross by Henry Shelton, which were previously shown at York Minister, are to be displayed at St Barnabas Walthamstow in September as part of the E17 Art Trail. The Very Revd Keith Jones, Dean of York said that in the huge spaces of the Minster they looked for Stations strongly enough designed […]