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XLP Sleepout
/ 12 July 2018

Charity sleepout in the City of London raises £30,000

Christian youth charity XLP (The eXceL Project) and St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in the City of London came together to host a sleepout, raising in excess of £30,000.

/ 11 June 2018

Read Sarah Mullally’s sermon for the 70th Anniversary of the NHS

Sermon by the Rt Revd & Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London. FOR 900 years, on this site where we stand … Read more

/ 21 May 2018

London prays ‘Thy Kingdom Come’

A thousand came to St Paul’s on one of the busiest weekends in the year to join the global movement of prayer – ‘Thy Kingdom Come’.

Thy Kingdom Come lineup 2018
/ 1 May 2018

Come and celebrate Thy Kingdom Come at St Paul’s 2018

Thousands are expected to fill the cathedral for a night of prayer and worship.

/ 8 March 2018

Confirmation of Election of Sarah Mullally

The election of the Rt Revd Sarah Mullally as Bishop of London was confirmed today, 8th March at St Mary-le-Bow.

The Bishop of Willesden with Richard Robbins from the Save the Musicians Church Campaign and Andrew Earis, Director of Music at St Martins in the Fields.
/ 1 November 2017

The Musicians’ Church: a new front door to London’s churches for musicians

A new initiative launches today asserting the central role of music in the life of London’s churches with an online home to book concerts and rehearsals.

Shahin Sadafi, Chair of Grenfell United and The Rt Rev Dr Graham Tomlin, the Bishop of Kensington.
/ 24 October 2017

Grenfell Survivors and Families Announce National Memorial Service at St Paul’s Cathedral 

A national memorial service, for the Grenfell Tower survivors and families of the bereaved, will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral, at 11am on Thursday 14th December 2017.

St Katharine Cree, Guild Church in the City of London
/ 6 October 2017

Network Rail chief to deliver historical sermon

The Chairman of Network Rail Sir Peter Hendy, CBE will deliver the 368th Lion Sermon at St Katharine Cree Church in the City of London on Thursday, 19th October.

The Harry and Chris Show at Moot
/ 5 October 2017

Wordsmiths of courageous poetry live at Moot

The Moot Community hold a fantastic evening of poetry and music, to raise essential funds for the Amos Trust and its work in Gaza.

Capital Youth at St Paul's Cathedral
/ 28 September 2017

Commissioning 150 Youth Ambassadors at St Paul’s Cathedral

Levi Phillips, Lead for Capital Youth, tells us about the special Eucharist and commissioning of 150 young people as Ambassadors for Christ.

Temple Song: Angelika Kirchschlager and Julius Drake


Temple Song recital as part of the Temple Music Foundation concert series

Buying God: Consumerism and Theology


Eve Poole will offer ways to think theologically about consumerism and suggest how we might change the way we use our money for good.

Thursday Conversation with Nicola Williams – Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces


Thursday Conversation: Nicola Williams, Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces ‘In Conversation’

Charity, religion and the state: an uneasy relationship


Hosted by the publishers of Law and Justice Journal, a day conference featuring presentations of a number of papers on charity, religion and the state.

It’s All Church!


Commerce, Compassion, Culture, Congregation are essential – in our view it’s all church! Find out more at the first HeartEdge conference.

God’s Church in the World: The Gift of Catholic Mission


A conference organized jointly by Forward in Faith and Anglican Catholic Future to promote, renew and deepen Catholic mission in the world.

A Joyful Celebration


Join us for an evening of celebration with Bishop Sarah as we’re inspired by the impact that compassionate parishes are making in London

Entertaining Angels Unawares: Angels in the Bible, Music and Art


Patrick Craig explores angels in the Bible through some of the extraordinary music, painting and poetry they have inspired.

From Earth to Heaven: A Pilgrimage in St Paul’s Cathedral


A pilgrimage through St Paul’s Cathedral, exploring the sacred meanings of the building. Repeated on 11 Oct 2018.

Jesus and the Promise of Peace


We tend to think of peace as the absence or end of war but Nadim Nassar says Jesus is calling us to something far more radical than that.

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