Lent, Holy Week & Easter at St Bride's

The season of Lent offers us all a wonderful opportunity for a voyage of self-discovery. It is a time when we can strive to live more simply and less self-indulgently; it also invites us to reflect on the things that really matter in life - including the ways in which we are attentive to the needs of our world.

Holy Week is not merely another story to be told; rather, it is a reality to be inhabited. Join us here at St Bride's for our Holy Week services, to share in this remarkable series of events. Further Information.

Alongside our regular Sunday services, there are three additional ways in which you might like to mark Lent this year. Read On...

"Brexit, Trump and the politics of fear: is populism here to stay?"

St Bride's is delighted to welcome NICK CLEGG for the Tom Olsen Lecture on Wed 29 March at 7pm.

With the backdrop of Brexit, increasing attention is being drawn to the politics of identity, populism and nationalism. Drawing on his personal experiences in politics and government, Nick will explore how liberals and those who believe in the politics of reason and moderation can rise to these new challenges. Details & Buy Tickets

The Week Ahead At St Bride’s

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Thursday 23rd March

8:15 AM - Morning Prayer

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - No 'Space for Silence' today

7:45 PM - JAM: Music of our Time

Friday 24th March

8:15 AM - Morning Prayer

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: Iyad Sughayer - piano

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Space for Silence

Saturday 25th March

10:00 AM - 3:30 PM - Chuch open

Sunday 26th March

11:00 AM - Choral Eucharist: Mothering Sunday

5:30 PM - Choral Evensong with Sermon in Music

Monday 27th March

8:15 AM - Morning Prayer

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Space for Silence

Tuesday 28th March

8:15 AM - Morning Prayer

1:15 PM - Lunchtime Recital: Ashley Blasse - classical guitar, and Beatrice de Larragoiti - soprano

2:15 PM - 3:45 PM - Guided Tour

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Space for Silence

Wednesday 29th March

8:15 AM - Morning Prayer

1:15 PM - Holy Communion in the Crypt

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - No 'Space for Silence' today

7:00 PM - The Tom Olsen Lecture: Speaker - Nick Clegg

March 23

'It is not those who are well who need a doctor, but the sick' (Luke 5:31)

The Pharisees complained that Jesus spent too much time with the sinners, and not enough with the respectable. Jesus said he had come for those who were aware of their need. God looks beyond external appearances and sees the real person. We need to focus on the inner loveliness of those around us and help to bring it out.

Lord, I am often distracted by outward appearances and miss hidden beauty. Open my eyes and my heart and help me to see people as you see them. Amen. 

St Bride's, Fleet Street is a warm and welcoming Christian community, and one of the most famous and most fascinating historic churches in Central London. 

St Bride's is known worldwide as the Journalists' Church, offering a spiritual home to all who work in the media. However, our ministry extends to everyone who lives and works within our parish, and to the thousands of visitors who come to us every year. Our beautiful Wren church provides a place of peace and a spiritual haven in the heart of the city for all who come. With one of the best professional choirs in the country, we are also well known for the outstanding quality of our music and of the worship we offer.

A place of Christian worship for 1500 years, we continue to proclaim the love of God here today. Whether journalist, tourist, City resident or worker, you will always be made very welcome.Alison Joyce

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