Welcome to St Bride's

During the interregnum we are pleased to welcome Bill Wilson.

Ordained in Manchester, Bill now lives in Brighton with his wife Anne. He retired in 2010 after 17 years at St James, Paddington during which time he also served as Area Dean of Westminster and a member of the Diocesan Advisory Comittee for the care of Churches.

Since then he has covered other interregnums at St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe and St Michael's Cornhill. Amongst his interests, Bill lists 19th century church architecture, campanology and 'church-crawling'.

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The Week Ahead At St Bride’s

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Saturday 1st November

There are no services or events today

Sunday 2nd November

11:00 AM - Choral Eucharist: All Saints Day

5:30 PM - Choral Evensong

Monday 3rd November

8:30 AM - Morning Prayer

7:00 PM - Installation of Reverend Canon Doctor Alison Joyce

Tuesday 4th November

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: James Kirby - piano

3:00 PM - Public Tour

Wednesday 5th November

8:30 AM - Morning Prayer

12:30 PM - Commemorative Service: Journalists

Thursday 6th November

There are no services or events today

Friday 7th November

8:30 AM - Morning Prayer

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: Mitra Alice Tham - piano

Our Next Rector!

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The Reverend Canon Dr. Alison Joyce has been appointed as Rector of St Bride's Church, spiritual home of journalists and to the media at large.

Canon Joyce, currently Vicar of Edgbaston Old Church, Birmingham, will be installed at a Service of Institution and Induction on Monday 3rd November at 7pm.

"Alison brings intellect, energy, a strong commitment to pastoral care and a profound spirituality to St Bride's and will continue the long tradition of outstanding Rectors", said The Very Revd John Hall, Dean of Westminster and Patron of St Bride's.

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October 31

"Jesus touched him and said 'Be cured'!" (Luke 5:12-13)

Jesus encounters a leper, someone regarded as unclean, and who was expected to keep his distance. But Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him. Touch, in our over-cautious society, has become suspect, but is a very important form of human contact. It expresses love and care in a way no words can. Jesus was not afraid to employ touch in his ministry of healing, and we should not be afraid of using it in our encounters with others.

Lord, Your generous love is all I need. Help me to draw close to others and express your love through the grace of human contact. Amen.

Farage takes Great War theme for this year's Tom Olsen Lecture

Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of UKIP, will face the media at St Bride's Church on 10th November at 7pm as he gives the annual Tom Olsen Lecture.

The lecture is entitled "'We Will Remember Them': The effects of The Great War and the legacy to contemporary Europe" and will be followed by a question and answer session.

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