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The 40th anniversary of the first Bach Cantata series performance is to be marked by a lunchtime concert on the same date Peter Lea-Cox launched the series at the church on Thursday 11 November 1976 at St Mary-at-Hill. The Bach Vespers series, once at St Anne & … Continue reading
The annual Fish Harvest at St Mary-at-Hill is at 11am on Sunday 9 October.
All Saints in Margaret Street W1 is one of the few churches keeping the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Monday 15 August, the right day rather than the more convenient Sunday. Solemn Mass is at 6.30pm on Monday followed by … Continue reading
All Hallows by the Tower, advertising itself as ‘the oldest church in the City of London’, has a new website. It has just been confirmed that the Bishop of London will be at the church for its patronal festival on … Continue reading
The ashes of The Revd John Gaskell, former Vicar of St Alban’s Holborn who died last October at the age of 87, are being buried at Brookwood on Saturday 4 June. Fr Gaskell was known beyond Holborn as a noted preacher. “The … Continue reading
The Skinners Company in the City of London has been organising a procession on Corpus Christi since 1393. After Elizabeth I came to the throne the annual procession continued but the Blessed Sacrament is not carried. Today’s procession from Skinners’ Hall on Dowgate … Continue reading
The relic of St Thomas Becket, brought from Hungary, can be seen at St Margaret’s Church Westminster today (Thursday) until 3.30pm and tomorrow Friday 27 May from 9.30am to 2pm.
A relic of St Thomas Becket, a fragment of elbow, has come from Esztergom in Hungary for a week. Having been received at Westmister Cathedral today, the precious relic goes to Westminster Abbey tomorrow. On Wednesday afternoon 25 May the … Continue reading
The St Stephen’s Gloucester Road annual Arts and Faith festival is from Monday 6 June to Sunday 12 June. The art exhibition opens on Monday and includes a painting by Keith Noble of the South Bank trees about to be … Continue reading
Methodist minister Ronald Gibbons, who master-minded the re-opening of Wesley’s Chapel and raised its profile as the cathedral of Methodism, died last year at the age of 92. His son-in-law has wriiten a tribute in The Guardian.