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8:00am Holy Communion
10:15am Choral Mattins
11:30am Sung Eucharist
1:00pm Sunday Forum: In the Shelter | Pádraig Ó Tuama
3:15pm Choral Evensong
6:00pm Eucharist


St Paul's Goes Green for Eco Church

Over 300 people filled St Faith's Chapel in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral to celebrate the launch of Eco Church - an award scheme for churches who want to demonstrate that the gospel is good news for God's earth. Following a number of inspiring and action-focused speeches,...

New Organ Scholar Appointed

Joseph Beech becomes William and Irene Miller Organ Scholar for the academic year 2016-2017, as we prepare to say goodbye to Rachel Mahon. He joins us from the London Oratory, where has been Organ Scholar for the last two years. He was the Organ Scholar at St George’s Chapel,...

Remembering a fighter against injustice and unfairness

Prison reformer John Howard, has been celebrated by St Paul's Precentor Canon Rev Michael Hampel at a special service at Westminster Cathedral. The prison reformer died on 20 January 1790. He was remembered by Canon Michael as part of an international Week of Prayer for Christian...

Royal Christmas trees and a realistic mouse

‘The Queen gives the Cathedral three Christmas trees every year – for a present.’ Seven-year-old Amelia’s mouth opens wide in amazement. ‘The Queen? WOW!’ Amelia is one of three brilliant volunteers who have agreed to stay behind as a packed Cathedral empties after the...

St Paul’s in the Blitz - ask an expert about ‘War’s greatest picture’

Now cultural historian Dr Tom Allbeson's research on the photograph, taken 29 December 1940, has been published in the UK and USA.   Would you like to ask Dr Allbeson about the famous photograph? Post your question on Twitter with the hashtag #StPaulsBlitz, or on the...

Sankta Lucia - light in the midst of darkness

The 15th Sankta Lucia service was held at St Paul's Cathedral on 11 December.   Dean of St Paul's The Very Revd David Ison said: "We rejoice at being part of this historic and beautiful celebration of the light of Christ: a light much needed in a world darkened by violence...