"Come to me all you who are burdened and I will give you rest."

Our parish is part of the Diocese of Westminster and is situated in the heart of London.

It is home to a vibrant, exciting and culturally diverse community, sharing our lives and growing in faith together. Our website aims to provide a taste of our spirit and parish life and touches on all the many different groups we are very fortunate to have, all of which are centred firmly in The Good News of Christ.

Our Lady of Fatima isn't just a Church, it's also a home and a village and everybody who enters is an important element in making it fully functional, bringing the spirit of Christ to the community.

We strive to provide a loving welcome to all who pass through our doors as well as care, protection and refuge for people of all races and all ages, young and old, but nothing can substitute for coming and sharing in our worship with us.

For more parish information see About Us.



    Today we celebrate the beautiful feast of Corpus Christi, when we give thanks to God for the gift of the Eucharist. It is though this sacred meal that Jesus chose to make himself present to Christians of all times and places and so unite us with him and with each other. In the Eucharist Christ gives us a pattern for how we are to live our lives in imitation of him, learning from him how to give ourselves unconditionally for others, to be people who give not take, who forgive, who care, who love…

    We want to live this Eucharistic way of living/loving in a very real way in our parish through our Live Simply journey. This weekend we would like to present to you the initiatives which we have agreed for our parish Live Simply initiative. These all reflect the Gospel values which Jesus teaches us. In today’s Gospel we hear the miracle of the feeding of the 5,000 with the 2 loaves and 5 fish. Jesus has led the crowds to a remote place to teach them how to build the Kingdom of God here on earth. At the heart of this is Jesus’ call to live simply – not to rely on material possessions or money for our security in life but to put our relationships with God and each other at the centre of our lives. By leading the people to this remote place, he shows them what is most important and how much they need to leave behind if they are to follow the example of his own simple life. By recognising the need of the crowds to eat at the end of this long day together, Jesus shows us that we are always to live in solidarity with those in need. Jesus wants us always to be alert and respond to the needs of others, to help in any way we can. Finally, by making sure that the twelve baskets of scraps are collected after everyone has eaten, Jesus shows us how to live sustainably. Nothing should be wasted. We need always to care for the community and God’s creation around us. We are all connected! I hope you will get involved in our Live Simply journey and so learn to live more like Jesus!

    With warmest wishes & prayers from Fr Richard, Fr Ephrem & the parish team

    Posted 22 Jun 2019, 08:56 by Our Lady of Fatima Church - White City London
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