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7:30am Morning Prayer
8:00am Eucharist
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
12:30pm Eucharist
3:30pm Stations of the Cross
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong

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Is World Book Day's 'most dangerous' book here at St Paul's?

To mark World Book Day (5 March) we tell the story of one of the most controversial and 'dangerous' books in history, a copy of which remarkably survives at St Paul's. One very small book housed within the library of St Paul’s continues to exert its influence on us, almost...

HM The Queen and senior Royals to attend St Paul's service for Afghanistan

Her Majesty The Queen will attend the service of commemoration at St Paul's to mark combat operations in Afghanistan. At the service, to be held on Friday 13 March at 11am and broadcast live on BBC1, The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will be accompanied by The Prince of Wales,...

'Generosity' and not 'self-improvement' the key to a good Lent, says Justin Welby at St Paul's

Lent is not 'a narcissistic festival of self-improvement', but must 'overflow in generosity’, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said in the first of a series of Lent and Easter events at St Paul's. Speaking at Reflection: A Good Lent, part of the St Paul's Forum's Passion...

Fashion world gathers at St Paul's to remember a much-loved daughter

Friends and family of one of the British fashion world's most loved and inspirational educators were joined by designers and celebrities at a moving memorial service. The Service of Thanksgiving to celebrate the life of Professor Louise Wilson OBE was held on Friday 20 February. Alongside...

CofE bishops urge church-going General Election voters to help build the society they want at ballot box

The Church of England's House of Bishops has released a letter, addressed to all members of the Church, to deeply consider how they use their vote at this year's General Election. The 52-page letter, entitled Who is my Neighbour is "intended to help church members and others...

Bill Viola artwork used at Eucharist on feast day of modern martyr

Bill Viola's challenging installation, Martyrs, has been used liturgically for the first time to mark the martyrdom of a Ugandan priest killed at the hands of dictator Idi Amin. The work, a permanent installation at St Paul's, shows four individuals, across four colour vertical...