Start:Stop at St Stephen Walbrook enables busy people to start their day by stopping to reflect. Ten minute reflections are repeated on the quarter hour, from 7.45am until 9.00am every Tuesday morning, beginning with a reading from scripture, followed by a reflection based on an event from this week in history, with space for silence and prayer. 

Oswald Chambers was an early-twentieth-century Scottish Baptist evangelist and teacher who died on this day in 1917. He is perhaps best known for his book comprising daily reflections ‘My Utmost for his Highest’ which has helped thousands of people around the world to know the glory of God in their daily lives. Find out more by listening to this weeks Start:Stop reflection.