Posts from July 2018

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Parish Perspective : The Museum of the Book

by Church Administrator

Over the summer Lynda Keen visited a little known but important museum in Tower Hamlets…. Tucked away in a side street off the Commercial Road inside a Baptist church is this little-known but very important museum. It contains a large number of Bibles in manuscript and print, along with other interesting texts, books and memorabilia,  [Read More]

Dedication of new candleholders in memory of Janet Gant

by Church Administrator

During our Patronal Festival Evensong this evening, Reverend Stephen dedicated two new candleholders which have been designed and created by Tony Gant in memory of his wife, Janet Gant; a loyal member of the St Stephen Walbrook community and an enthusiastic member of the St Stephen’s Art Group. Tony is a renowned potter and the  [Read More]

A joyful evening at our Parish Summer Party

by Church Administrator

St Stephen Walbrook is known as “A Place of Celebration” but even our joyful-spirited, party-loving congregation would find it a challenge to turn out in force to celebrate our Patronal Festival (the feast of the saint to which a church is dedicated) – which falls on 26th December!  To make sure our celebration is well  [Read More]

Prayer : The Infinite Love of God

by Church Administrator

Lord, Your love for me is beyond what I can ever imagine.  Help me to at least understand that I will never understand, fully, the depth of Your love.   This Infinity Model was designed by the furniture maker Andrew Varah who also designed the pews in our church. Andrew was an outstanding designer/maker for thirty-five  [Read More]

Thank you and goodbye to our 2017/18 Choral Scholars!

by Church Administrator

Thank you to the 2017/18 Choral Scholars of St Martin in the Fields who performed their last Choral Classics service here this lunchtime, directed by Dr Andrew Earis. The choral scholars have led us in worship every Monday at our Discover and Explore services (in the Autumn Term) and at Choral Classics (in the Spring  [Read More]