Today’s Window

(No Window Today)

Art Made by St. Ursula’s School

68 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, SE10 8HG

Unfortunately, there will be no window for 15 December as the installer has been felled by Covid and needs to isolate. The Advent Window would have been done by the students of St. Ursula’s School and seen at the Presbytery of Our Lady Star of the Sea on 68 Crooms Hill. We hope the installer feels better soon, and we look forward to seeing St. Ursula’s contribution in 2022.


Here Comes Santa Claus (And the Films He Likes)

Greenwich Picturehouse

180 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, SE10 8NN

What kind of cinema would we be we didn’t have a film-themed Advent Window? See if you can spot all of the characters and their films!

Merry Christmas!

The window is best viewed any time.

The window will be ready by 5 p.m. on 14 December. 


Days of Light

94 Royal Hill

Greenwich, SE10 8RT

“Days of Light” will use Christmas decorations, stained glass, flora and fauna in its Advent Window. It is a collaboration between local children and residents, with most of the work done by 10-year-old Samai.

Plants for the window have been donated by the wonderful local florist Alan. Dawn, another local resident, provided special help.

An Opening Event will be held at 1 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. with non-alcoholic mulled wine and minced pies. Local resident and violinist Yohei Nakajima will play some carols at the opening.

The window can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by 1 p.m. on 13 December.


Days of Christmas

30 Crooms Hill

Greenwich, SE10 8ER

Christmas brings fond recollections, and hope for the future, but also an escape from the present. A time to put aside who we are the rest of the year and be who we would wish to be.

The window can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by 6 p.m.


Art done by St. Alfege Children’s Church

St. Alfege Church Hall, Roan Street, Greenwich, SE10 9JT

This year, our St Alfege Children’s Church Advent Window has been inspired by kaleidoscopes to reflect the theme of “Brighter Visions!”   

The word “kaleidoscope” comes from the Ancient Greek word καλός (kalos) meaning “beautiful” or “beauty”, εἶδος (eidos), meaning “that which is seen: form and shape” and σκοπέω (skopeo) “to look to” or “to examine”.  

Our children at St Alfege Children’s Church have been thinking about brighter visions for hope, love and a sustainable environment; and would like to share some of our “Brighter Visions” with both our local community here in Greenwich, our wider community and with all of our visitors from around the world! 

We hope you are inspired by our “Brighter Visions!” and remember “You are the light of the world” [Matthew 5:14-16] and to “Walk in the light”. [Isaiah 2:5] 

Wishing Everyone a very Happy Christmas and a very Happy New Year full of “Brighter visions” 

The window is best viewed at night, but can be seen any time.

The window will be ready by 4 p.m. 


“Love Hatually”

Pickwick Papers & Fabrics

6 Nelson Road, Greenwich, SE10 9NU

The Christmas cinematic classic is reimagined, and some might say even improved, by this new interpretation. No sign of Hugh Grant as prime minister, though.

The window is best viewed any time. 

The window will be ready by 6 p.m.


Luminous Intensity

Greenwich Railway Station: Art Created by Courtyard Nursery

Greenwich High Road

Greenwich, SE10 8NB

A display of colourful lanterns to light your way home in the dark. The art was created by the children of Courtyard Nursery.

The window can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by 3 p.m.


Together We Have A Beautiful Future

Tailor & Forge

9 Durnford Street, Greenwich Market

Greenwich, SE10 9BF

Beautiful Greenwich Market shop Tailor & Forge present a hopeful message to everyone, for everyone. Admire it in person, and while you’re there, why not do some Christmas shopping? Now, more than ever, it’s important to Shop Local where you can.

The window is best viewed at any time.


Good Intentions

James Wolfe Primary School, Randall Place Campus

Randall Place, Greenwich, SE10 8RZ

This year we have taken the theme of ‘Brighter Visions’ and we have set an intention for the year to come.   

Before we set these intentions we reflected over the past year and remembered the positive moments and our many achievements, as both individuals and a community.  

We used these reflections to set our intentions for the year to come.  What do we want to achieve in 2022? What can we do to help others in our school and community?   

Our artwork reflects and holds these intentions.   

Our 2021 Advent Window hopes to bring Christmas joy to all.

The window will be ready by 1 p.m. 


“God Sent the Angel Gabriel to Nazareth”

St. Alfege with St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School

9-10 Creek Road, Greenwich, SE10 9RB

A large image, created through collage by the pupils of the school, of the angel Gabriel as he visited Mary to share the joyful news of the arrival of Jesus.

The window is best viewed at night. 

The window will be ready by 3 p.m.