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Start:Stop – Faith and Works

This week the church commemorates Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury, to whom the statue at the end of Shaftesbury Avenue, known as Eros, is dedicated. He saw Christianity as a practical faith and sought to transform living and working conditions for children, women and the poor through charitable work and legislation addressing working  [Read More]

Choral Classics – “More than Hymns”

Choral Classics from St Stephen Walbrook“More than Hymns” : Choral arrangements of some of our favourite hymns Please join us for Choral Classics online by watching this recording which will be available from 1pm on Monday 27th September. Join us in church for Choral Classics Live every Thursday from 12.15pm if you are able. Please  [Read More]

Choral Eucharist – Thursday 23rd September

Choral Eucharist from St Stephen WalbrookThe Sixteenth Week after Trinity SundayThursday 23rd September 2021 Please join us for our Sung Eucharist by watching the recording online. Please support the ministry of St Stephen Walbrook by making a donation via our website at this link  Celebrant : The Reverend Stephen BaxterPreacher : Phillip Dawson, OrdinandThe Choral  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Frozen Assets?

This week the church celebrates Saint Matthew, patron saint of bankers, tax collectors and accountants. In our Start:Stop reflection we ask whether it is time to take stock and reconcile the balance sheet of our own lives? Are we properly valuing our assets – those things that are dear to us. Are we taking proper  [Read More]

Choral Classics – The Lamb of God

Choral Classics Online – Monday 20th September 2021 The Lamb of God Please support the ministry, including the music ministry of St Stephen Walbrook by making a donation online at this link. The Choral Scholars of St Stephen Walbrook directed by Andrew Earis and accompanied by Phoebe Take Man Chow Introduced by Revd Stephen Baxter  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Will the dust praise you?

Psalm 30 is the song of thanksgiving of someone who has survived a terrible crisis, the nature of which is ambiguous but clearly perilous; the psalmist states that their foes were rejoicing over them, that they were in the “Pit”. As we read on we learn that their cries for help were heard; God turned  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 9th September 2021

Sung Eucharist at St Stephen WalbrookThe Fourteenth Week after Trinity Sunday Please join us online for our Sung Eucharist recorded on Thursday 9th September 2021. Join us in church each Thursday lunchtime at 12.45pm if you are able. Please donate to support the ministry, including the exceptional music ministry, of St Stephen Walbrook by making  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 2nd September 2021

Please join us for our Sung Eucharist, recorded on Thursday 2nd September 2021 by watching the video below.  Celebrant & Preacher: Revd Stephen Baxter Soloist: Alisa Campbell Organist: Jonathan Dods Mass setting: John Merbecke Introit: Blest are the pure in heart, Henry Walford Davies Epistle: James 1:17-end Anthem: Be thou my vision, Bob Chilcott Gospel:  [Read More]