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10:15am Choral Mattins
11:30am Sung Eucharist
3:15pm Choral Evensong
4:45pm Sunday Organ Recital - Nick Morris
6:00pm Eucharist

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Lead Bishop for Environment delivers St Paul’s keynote speech on climate change challenge

Half a year into his new role as lead bishop for Environmental Affairs, the Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury, will give a keynote speech at St Paul’s Cathedral exploring the behavioural and organisational changes needed to mitigate climate change. At a St Paul’s...

Diocese of London's Week of Prayer returns to St Paul's

As part of its Capital Vision 2020 project and following two successful years at the Cathedral, the Diocese of London is again calling on all people to visit St Paul's for a special Week of Prayer in May. For the whole week beginning Monday 18 May, the Cathedral's Chapel...

St Paul’s debate looks to national common good beyond the General Election

As we hurtle towards one of the most closely-contested and divisive General Elections in memory, a Cathedral floor debate will look to how the nation can come together beyond May 7.   One week before the election, St Paul's Institute, in partnership with Theos and Together...

£200,000 grant awarded to St Paul's to help maintain Wren's iconic dome

The great paintings inside the dome of St Paul's are set to be saved from water damage after a £200,000 grant was awarded to the Cathedral. The huge murals by Sir James Thornhill, which depict the life of St Paul, will be protected from moisture as part of a wider scheme...

Afghanistan: the legacy of war - a special report by St Paul's Cathedral School for BBC School Report 2015

Welcome to BBC School Report at St Paul’s Cathedral School.  We were witnesses to a national service of commemoration last week for those who served in the Afghanistan campaign, right next door in our ‘school chapel’, St Paul’s Cathedral! The service was attended by many...

The 'faithful' of the Afghanistan war commemorated in service of reflection and remembrance

The 'faithfulness' of those who served, as well as the loved ones who supported them throughout, was praised by the Archbishop of Canterbury as the nation reflected on the war in Afghanistan. At the service on 13 March 2015, attended by HM The Queen, The Most Reverend Justin...