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Business Harvest Festival

by Church Administrator

Thank you to everyone who joined us this lunchtime for our Business Harvest Festival, giving thanks to God for our skills and talents and the good use we put them to. Thank you to all those who brought along objects to represent their daily work (both paid and unpaid). These symbols were processed to the  [Read More]

City Giving Day – The Long Lunch

by Church Administrator

We were delighted to welcome the Lady Mayoress, Samantha Bowman and hundreds of guests to a champagne reception with beautiful music from pianist Rimantas Vingras, before The Long Lunch in St Swithin’s Lane. City Giving Day is one day in the year when businesses can unite to celebrate and showcase their charitable and volunteering efforts  [Read More]

Yo-Yo Ma Talks To Classic FM at St Stephen Walbrook

by Church Administrator

Yo-Yo Ma: “We live in a time that feels fractured, and Bach is a unifying factor” Click here to watch the video. It was a great privilege to invite the world’s most famous cellist, Yo-Yo Ma, to St Stephen Walbrook to talk to Catherine Bott for Classic FM and give us a special performance of  [Read More]

Time and Space – An informal discussion on aspects of the Christian Faith

by Church Administrator

Starting on September 6th 2018 join us on Thursday evenings from 5.30pm-6.15pm for an informal discussion of aspects of the Christian faith, with the option to be presented for Confirmation at St Paul’s Cathedral on Saturday 3rd November 2018. Image : This wonderful miniature of our church was commissioned by the Goldsmiths’ Fair 2018 from Vicki Ambery-Smith  [Read More]

A fusion of Western and African Classical Music – Saturday 15th September 2018 at 7.30pm

by Church Administrator

A unique fusion of Western and African Classical Music performed by Tunde Jegede & NOK Orchestra can be heard here on Saturday 15th September 2018 from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. Tickets : £11.07 available online here The NOK Orchestra is a Nigerian performing group formed in 2015 by the Nigerian-Irish born British composer and multi-instrumentalist, Tunde Jegede  [Read More]