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London is a place where the arts thrive, and churches are no exception. Many of them are works of art in their own right, or contain significant artwork, but they also host arts from within the communities, including music, performance art and drama.

Image: New paste-up artwork from @ezzypezzyart" (CC BY 2.0) by bablu121.

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/ 2 February 2018

Concert for refugees at St James’s, Piccadilly

The concert will take place in the presence of Suspended, an art installation by Arabella Dorman and which currently hangs above the nave of St James’s Church.


/ 19 January 2018

Small-group studies on Churchill film available

Baptists Together and Damaris Media present a resource reflecting on the Christian themes in the Gary Oldman film.


/ 18 January 2018

Association of Church Editors Awards 2018

The Association for Church Editors is launching its next Awards to celebrate and recognise the work of church magazine editors.


Suspended, by Arabella Dorman
/ 14 December 2017

Lord Alf Dubs calls on government to honour commitment to refugee children at launch of St James’s Church, Piccadilly art work

Refugee campaigner Lord Alf Dubs launched a new provocative art installation at St James’s Church, Piccadilly, by leading war artist Arabella Doorman.


New large-scale contemporary altarpiece by internationally renowned artist Graeme Mortimer Evelyn
/ 22 November 2017

New contemporary altarpiece by internationally renowned artist unveiled

A Reredos, which is the largest contemporary altarpiece in the UK, designed by the internationally renowned artist Graeme Mortimer Evelyn, was unveiled at the Grand Opening of St Francis at the Engine Room.


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