An array of special guests will speak about Henry Moore, Christopher Wren, John Vanbrugh and the founding of the Samaritans, in conversation with Loyd Grossman – with music from our choir in celebration of the Fantastic Feats of Walbrook as part of the City of London’s Arts & Culture Festival.
We are delighted to host a special champagne reception for guests attending the Long Lunch in St Swithin’s Lane on City Giving Day, Wednesday 25th September 2019. Find out more about the Lord Mayor’s Appeal & book tickets for this special event at www.thelordmayorsappeal.org
Join us as we give thanks to for all who undertake paid and voluntary work in the City of London and for the goodness this brings. Bring along of a symbol that represents your working life to process to the altar during the service.
Explore our breathtaking church during Open House weekend. Described by Pevsner as “one of the ten most important buildings in England” see Christopher Wren’s first dome, Henry Moore’s only altar & the explore birthplace of the Samaritans. A warm welcome awaits!
We are delighted to host to Exiles, a body of work by London based Italian photographer Matilde Damele from 17th to 24th September 2019. Taken on the streets of London with her Leica camera, Damele’s black and white photographs evoke and pay homage to great Masters of Photography such as Henri CartierBresson, Diane Arbus and Saul [Read More]
The Walbrook Community Choir was established in September, offering the opportunity for those who live, work and visit the city to sing together in an informal group led by an experienced Director of Music, Tom Shorter. Rehearsals, on Wednesday lunchtimes take a break for the summer today and will resume on 18th September. Join us [Read More]
Two members of our congregation visit Buckingham Palace and another sings with the Queen of Pop in the Eurovision Final! Churchwardens Margaret Brown and James Thompson were invited to a Buckingham Palace Garden Party. James explains : “I was privileged and honoured to be invited for services as a Common Councilman, which includes my current [Read More]
Earlier this year 400 lawyers moved in to the Walbrook Building as DAC Beachcroft relocated its global Headquarters to the parish. Later this summer we also welcome The Royal Philatelic Society who are relocating to 15 Abchurch Lane. They are looking for volunteers to help settle their collection in. Please email contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you [Read More]
Today we said farewell to Izzy, Danni, Maisie, Kate, Claire, Helen, Peter, Robbie, Alex and David – our Choral Scholars and Polina our organ scholar who have amazed us with their musical talents all year at Choral Classics on Monday lunchtimes, at our Choral Eucharist on Thursday and our monthly Choral Evensong. We wish them [Read More]
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Wednesday 26th June as we celebrated the Birth of John the Baptist and the Feast of St Stephen! St Stephen’s Day is actually on 26th December but the church, like most of the City, is closed then – so we decided to celebrate the Feast Day of [Read More]