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/ 3 May 2019

Wren’s largest surviving City church reopens doors after regeneration

St Andrew Holborn, the largest of Christopher Wren’s surviving churches in the City of London, reopened its doors on Wednesday after an extensive … Read more


Bishop of London gives the closing prayer
/ 10 April 2019

Bishop of London gives support to Cursillo movement ahead of 20th anniversary in Capital

The Bishop of London gave her support to London’s Cursillo movement at a gathering of over 100 worshippers at All Hallows-by-the-Tower in the City of London.


Prince of Wales visits St Dunstan-in-the-West, with the Bishop of Fulham.
/ 18 March 2019

Prince of Wales visits service at St Dunstan-in-the-West church

Prince of Wales visits service at St Dunstan-in-the-West church, to take part in a Romanian Orthodox ministry run by the Church.


The Bishop of London inspects plans for a community hub at St Botolph without Aldgate with The Revd Laura Jørgensen, and members of the local community
/ 18 December 2018

Aldgate community to benefit from joint project between St Botolph’s church and the City of London

The Bishop of London visits St Botolph without Aldgate to see plans for a new community hub for residents, workers and tourists in the heart of London.


The Revd David Armstrong was installed and licenced this this week as the new priest-in-charge at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate.
/ 12 November 2018

St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate welcomes new parish priest

The Revd David Armstrong was installed and licensed as a new priest-in-charge at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in the City of London.


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.


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/ 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.


Deepening Spirituality

Date:01/02/2020

An opportunity to experience and encounter different approaches to deepening the spirituality of congregations and individuals.

Messy Cathedral: a Free Family Event at St Pauls

Date:01/02/2020

Journeying with Paul Join us on a journey of discovery. This year at Messy Cathedral we’ll encounter a faithful, loving God as we … Read more

Lecture from The Rt Revd Richard Chartres KCVO – The Chapel Royal and the Reformation. In the Chapel Royal St Peter ad Vincula, HM Tower of London

Date:04/02/2020

A one hour lecture from The Rt Revd Richard Chartres, on the Chapel Royal and Reformation, as part of the 500th Anniversary celebrations

Lecture from Tracy Borman – Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him

Date:11/02/2020

Lecture from Tracy Borman, joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces, on Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him

Lecture from Alison Weir – The Lady in the Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn

Date:18/02/2020

A one hour lecture given by Alison Weir – The Lady in the Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn, in the Chapel Royal St Peter ad Vincula

Holy Ground: a lecture by Rupert Sheldrake

Date:24/02/2020

Rupert Sheldrake, prominent biologist and author, will give a lecture on the significance of pilgrimage.

Genealogy of a Genius – Bach family motets

Date:12/03/2020

Orlando Chamber Choir directed by Lucy Goddard presents motets by members of the Bach family – accompanied by Oliver John Ruthven (organ).

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