New press coverage

The current edition of The Month includes two articles covering our Queens Hospital commission and Henry Shelton’s Stations of the Cross exhibition at St Barnabas Walthamstow. The articles include a photo of Henry together with his granddaughter Amy and the painting Suffer the Children which they created together and which was included in the Sr […]

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 […]

Magnificent Stations

Steven Saxby writes: “Henry Shelton and I installed his Stations of the Cross at St Barnabas Walthamstow and then prayed the Stations using Jonathan Evens’ meditations: beautiful and very moving! It is well worth seeing the Stations in the space. They look fabulous! We are open Sats 5th and 12th September, 10.30am-5pm and Suns 6th […]

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, […]