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A message from Reverend Stephen

by Church Administrator

Dear Friends Following the guidance issued by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York yesterday in the light of the Covid-19 crisis and the Bishop of London, all church buildings in London have been closed until further notice to reduce the spread of the virus. This is clearly a very sad step to be forced to  [Read More]

The Passion in Art – Three Lectures for Lent

by Church Administrator

Lent Group – The Passion in Art Thursdays March 5, 12, 19, 2020 6pm Glass of wine followed by presentation We are delighted to welcome back Archdeacon Peter Delaney to St Stephen Walbrook to lead our Lent Group “The Passion in Art.”  More information can be found in this leaflet. Thursday 5th March – Andrea  [Read More]

Christmas & New Year Opening Times

by Church Administrator

Thank you to everyone who joined us for Midnight Mass. Services at St Stephen Walbrook will resume on Tuesday 7th Janaury at 7.45am with Start:Stop. The church will be open from 10.15am until 5.00pm on the following times between Christmas and the New Year: Friday 27th December 2019Monday 30th December 2019Tuesday 31st December 2019Friday 3rd  [Read More]

Advent & Christmas at St Stephen Walbrook

by Church Administrator

Join us this Advent and Christmas at St Stephen Walbrook – a place of celebration! Advent Carol ServiceMonday 2nd December at 1.00pmWe are joined by our friends from churches around Bank Junction to celebrate the start of Advent at this lunchtime carol service. All welcome! Advent Quiet HourWednesday & Thursday Mornings 8.00am – 9.00amTime and  [Read More]

A celebration of the “Fantastic Feats” of our church

by Church Administrator

As part of the City of London’s “Fantastic Feats” Arts & Cultural programme we were joined this evening by an array of special guests who spoke about the fantastic feats of our church and their transformative effect on the City of London and beyond. After his welcome, Reverend Stephen Baxter introduced The Reverend Dr Ayla  [Read More]