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The Memory Cafe at St Cuthbert's Wembley
/ 6 December 2016

The Memory Café

A new film by the diocese of London shows how St Cuthbert’s north Wembley is helping the needs of this parish with a Memory Cafe.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan
/ 20 July 2016

Get your church to show that #LondonIsOpen

The #LondonIsOpen photo campaign has been launched by the Mayor of London, and all churches can be involved.

/ 21 October 2014

Open church: All Saints, Margaret Street

All Saints, Margaret Street is one of the most important Victorian buildings in the country and arguably one of the most important 19th century churches in Europe, Grade I-listed All Saints was built between 1849 and 1859 and designed by William Butterfield.

/ 21 October 2014

Open church: St Andrew Holborn

The largest of Wren’s surviving City churches, Grade I-listed St Andrew’s was built in 1684-90 to replace a medieval structure of Saxon origin that survived the Great Fire but then fell into decay. Gutted in the Blitz it was rebuilt in 1960-1 by Seely and Paget and became a guild church. This is a role devised in the early post-War years for City churches which, in an area that was by that point over-churched and under-populated, risked becoming surplus to requirements.

/ 21 October 2014

Open church: St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney

Known as ‘The Church of the High Seas’ because of its long-standing links with the shipbuilders and merchants who once lived in the area, Grade I-listed St Dunstan’s is also among the most ancient churches in Greater London.

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