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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Sunday 31st August

11:00 AM - Choral Eucharist: Trinity XI

5:30 PM - Choral Evensong

Monday 1st September

There are no services or events today

Tuesday 2nd September

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: Ann Hooley - violin, Elizabeth Turnbull - viola

3:00 PM - Public Tour

Wednesday 3rd September

3:00 PM - Choral Evensong for IFAJ Congress

Thursday 4th September

There are no services or events today

Friday 5th September

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: Chris Christodoulou - bouzouki, Gemma Kateb - piano

Saturday 6th September

2:00 PM - Wedding Service: Rachel Kennedy and Adam Bilimoria

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. More details will be available in September.

"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.

Further details...

August 30

'Love your neighbour as yourself.' (Mark 12:31)

C.S. Lewis has a good piece of advice about loving our neighbour. In Mere Christianity he writes that we should not waste time wondering whether or not we love our neighbour. Instead we should simply act as though we do. When we behave as if we love someone, we gradually discover that we are indeed beginning to love them. Lewis is warning us that sometimes we contort ourselves with theoretical questions, instead of just getting on and doing it. Love put into action becomes self-fulfilling.

Lord, you call us to love and give us the example of love you showed us all. Help us not to be afraid to follow your example. Amen.

Wash the Face of an Angel

St Bride's needs at least £200,000 to restore and maintain its beautiful interior.

The Wash the Face of an Angel campaign is part of our Community Appeal which aims to let you become personally involved in helping safeguard the church's future by sponsporing the cleaning and restoration of items within the church.

Find out how you can help...

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As the church of the media & the press, St Bride's has hosted a great many services commemorating the lives of those who have striven to inform and entertain us.

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