Our location (see map below)
Our address is 39 Walbrook, London EC4N 8BN
Our telephone number: 020 7626 9000
We are located right next door to the Mansion House
Our nearest underground stations are
* Cannon Street Station on the District Line
* Bank Station on the Central Line (make sure you follow the signs Exit 8 which will get you out onto the street, directly in front of our church)
A large number of buses serve our area as well:
* Queen Victoria Street: numbers 8 – 25 – 242
* Cheapside: numbers 11 – 15 – 17 – 23 – 26 – 76 – 388 – 521
|Revd Stephen Baxter became the Parish Priest of St Stephen Walbrook in March 2018. After training at St Mellitus College he was ordained in 2014 and spent three and half years as Curate and then Associate Vicar of St Olave Hart Street and St Katharine Cree in the City of London.
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|Elizabeth Maragh is our Finance and General Administrator overseeing the efficient running of the building and office, Church related and Finance matters and Communications. She is also on hand to deal with bookings, visitors and telephone enquiries.
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|Tom Shorter is our music and events administrator overseeing the music needs of the church covering regular services, special events, weddings and livery company services. He is the key organiser of St Stephen Organ recital series and is helping to develop our new community choir, whilst on occasion also playing the organ, singing with and conducting St Stephen Voices.
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|Lee Fitzgerald is the Verger and is responsible for a range of duties including leading processions, serving at the altar and the general maintenance, security and cleanliness of the building. Email him at email@example.com|
The church is normally open on Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays between 10am and 4pm, Wednesdays between 11.00 and 3.00pm and Fridays between 10.00 and 3.30pm. It is usually closed at weekends except for great festivals.
When you plan your visit to our church you may want to download and print a copy of the informative booklet describing in detail the background, names and location of all twenty nine memorials that are located throughout the church, including those of some well-known people such as John Dunstable and Robert Stuart de Courcy Laffan (see the “History” section of our website). Click here to view or download the booklet.
School Group Visits
We welcome visits to St Stephen Walbrook by school groups but these need to be booked in advance with our Administrator tel: 02076269000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several worksheets for children and/or school groups when visiting St Stephen Walbrook can be downloaded below.
- Schools’ Exploration Sheet.pdf
- Schools’ Exploration Sheet (Younger Visitors).pdf
- Schools’ Exploration Sheet (Samaritans).pdf
With its breath-taking interior, St Stephen Walbrook is used by many businesses and organisations for carol services, concerts and recitals, exhibitions, drama, and other social functions throughout the year. Being in the heart of the City, it is convenient for guests to reach and offers flexibility for different purposes. We would be delighted to give you more information and show you around. If you would like to explore how your business or organisation might use the building, please do get in touch.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone (see footer) or by email using the dialogue boxes below. You can also email one of the team members directly (see above).
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