St Paul's Forum

St Paul's Forum
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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

St Paul's Forum

A programme of events at St Paul’s Cathedral exploring Christian life, ethics and spirituality.

2015 Public Debates and Events: January - July
Series: Passion and Resurrection. A Good Lent, A Good Easter 
Thursday 19 March
Tuesday 21 April

Three of the church’s most senior pastors and teachers explore Lent, Holy Week and Easter, and their impact on how we live, believe and behave.
Sunday Forum
First Sunday in every month  |  1 - 2pm
Wren Suite, Cathedral crypt  |  Free and unticketed

A Sunday lunchtime series where some of the liveliest contemporary theologians and spiritual teachers speak about the challenges, contradictions and joys of being a Christian in the world today.
Saturday 18 April
We explore some of the ways that people have found to pray, and try to find new ways to weave prayer into our daily lives.
Saturday 21 March
Saturday 16 May 

Leading biblical scholars talk about the books of the Bible they love best, helping us to understand these sometimes daunting and controversial texts. 

Reflective Days
Saturday 14 March
Saturday 30 May

Andrew Carwood, Director of Music, explores the music and theology of a number of Bach’s works, whilst Richard Carter and Nicholas Stebbing look at the wisdom of St Benedict
The Music of Faith
Tuesday 16 June
Dominican friar Timothy Radcliffe OP, joins our Director of Music, Andrew Carwood, to explore what music can teach us about faith.
Learning to Walk in the Dark
Thursday 9 July
Author and theologian Barbara Brown Taylor explains how we can learn to see the world and sense God’s presence around us, guiding us through uncertainty and doubt.
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