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St Bride's may be renowned for its tiered, "wedding cake" spire but there is a wealth of history to explore on the site. ITV News recently broadcast an item featuring the crypt of St Bride's in its 'Under London' series....
Party Image Gallery Tuesday's Pancake Party was a great success! A candlelit dinner for four was auctioned, anthems were requested and friendly rivalry broke out over the chance to go on a guided cycle tour of London with a...
A work in progress: by Hirst Conservation, specialists in the cleaning and painting of traditional stonework. Note the test ceiling area behind the workmen which has already been cleaned. We are delighted to report that, with almost all the necessary...
Thanks to the generosity of the Listed Places of Worship Roof Repair Fund, we shall shortly begin a programme of work to repair and replace (where necessary) rainwater pipes, hoppers and asphalt on the roof of St Bride's Church. We...
By putting your thinking cap on for this event you will help some of the world's poorest communities out of poverty. Whether you're savvy with sports facts, fanatical about films or a general knowledge genius, join Quiz Aid and help...
We tend to rush to Bethlehem. Each year the displays of Christmas cards, gifts and decorations in our shop windows seem to appear earlier than ever before; yet the importance of Advent - the very special time of preparation for...
'Honouring the Fallen', at St. Bride's, has long had further-reaching connotations than the annual paying of respects to the war dead and the pledging of support to those in the armed forces who still serve. View Order of Service &...
Sunday Club's Cake Stall raising money to fill shoe boxes. Since 1991 Computers for Charities, through their networks in communities here and in Eastern Europe, have been distributing Christmas shoeboxes to all those in need. They do not discriminate...
Grumpy Old Rock Star RICK WAKEMAN, the former Strawbs and Yes keyboardist and globally-acclaimed solo artist whose career spans more than half a century, delivered an impassioned speech about music and the state of the industry at this year's Tom...
May Bulman will be the fourth recipient of the Guild of St Bride Journalism Bursary in September 2015. What an honour. They were the words that kept going through my head as I sat in the service at St Bride's...
On the afternoon of Saturday 4th July, at St Paul's Cathedral, the Rector and members of the St Bride's congregation were delighted to attend the ordination to the diaconate of the Revd Dr Jeff Lake, who is our new Assistant...
David Blackwell's review of the Annual Wren Lecture 2015: "Accident or Artifice? Designing a capital from Wren to Abercrombie" - given by Simon Thurley.
St Bride's is delighted to announce that we shall be welcoming a new member to our ministry team in the summer, Jeff Lake.
The St Bride's Crib Service was held on December 14th and supported by over 80 parents, grandparents and children. The Sunday Club and friends provided a wide cast of angels, kings and shepherds and our very own Mary and Joseph, this...
He has all the appearance of a bon viveur. He has presence and there seems almost to be a touch of flamboyancy about him. There he is standing in front of the high altar, suitably emblazoned in colourful purple lighting,...
Nigel Farage spoke of the legacy of the Great War to a packed audience on Monday 10th November, as the guest speaker for the annual Tom Olsen Lecture at St Bride's Church. On the eve of Armistice Day, the UK...
After the sterling work done by Janet and Nicola for so many years there has been a short hiatus while we decided how to take the Sunday School forward. After a few weeks of email discussions and meetings with those...
Related Links → Listen Online if you missed the service → Read David's Farewell Message → Read David's Final Address → Video Thank You and 10th Aug BBQ Invitation St Bride's had not been filled to capacity since the...
Related Links → Video Thank You and 10th Aug BBQ Invitation → Listen Online if you missed the last service → Read a review of the service → Read David's Final Address Last Sunday you gave Rosemary and me...
Very shortly, this and other nations will be remembering the outbreak of the first World War on August 4th, 1914. The Great War, as it was to become known, was also described as being the war to end all wars....
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...
An open letter to The Venerable David Meara on his forthcoming retirement, from Edward Bevin, journalist, PR man and St Bride's worshipper for more than 40 years.
David Meara has announced that he will be retiring from office at the end of July 2014 after 14 years at the church
The Rector asked a very direct question at Evensong: "What can you do?"
St John on Patmos - Poussin Photograph by Steven Zucker Having gone on pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the footsteps of Jesus, the next best thing seemed to be to travel down the Aegean Coast of Turkey in...
Join us on Tuesday 7th May at 6:00pm for the traditional Beating of the Bounds ceremony
St Bride's doors will be open on the morning of Wednesday 17th April for a big screen viewing of Baroness Thatcher's funeral
On Friday 8th March members of St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, slept on the streets in support of the Street Child World Cup and raise awareness of children across the world who live or work on the streets.
Duchess of Cornwall attends service of commemoration & becomes patron of the Guild
Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail columnist and author, and Brian Paddick, former Deputy Assistant Commissioner are the co-lecturers in this year's Tom Olsen Lecture
A spectacular 5’ high, sponge cake model of St Bride’s will be on display in the Church from Mon 25th June and cut at Sir Terry Farrell Wren Lecture on Thurs 28th.
On Sunday 22nd July St Bride's will begin a fantastic week of Olympian musical celebration and activities.
Fleet Street had its own street party to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in St Bride's
Guild launch new initiative to support postgraduate MA in journalism
On Tuesday 24th July 2012, St Bride's Church is holding a welcoming service for UK and international sports journalists who will be in London to report on this summer's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
To celebrate 25 years of Sunday School we welcomed Roly the Clown to St Bride's.
Where do you find anti-capitalist activists, top business people from the City and industry, journalists and and clergy in the same room to debate the way forward for the world economy?
Which organisation has 41,000 branches spread all over the country, many with a full-time employee in charge, and backed up by an army of volunteers?
The Venerable David Meara has attacked the Government's proposals to increase VAT on alterations to listed buildings.
On Guild Sunday, 5th February, new members were installed into the Guild of St Bride.
A personal commentary on a very special service held at St Bride's on November 9th.
On 10th November 2011 a service of thanksgiving for the life of Christopher Woodbridge was held at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street.
A service to commemorate journalists, cameramen and support staff who have lost their lives while bringing us the news
Andrew Popplewell, QC, who has been a member of the Guild of St Bride since 1994, has been appointed a justice of the High Court
The remarkable loyal devotion and service to St Bride's Church by Janet and Terence has been strengthened by a new stand for the ceremonial mace
On 25th May St Bride's hosted a service for the Worshipful Company of Stationers & Newspaper Makers to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible
St Bride's, home of the wedding cake, proved a wonderful setting for a Royal Wedding Party
Forty stalwart souls battle to and then at St Bride's
Sir David Bell is appointed to replace current Master of the Guild of St Bride, Vyvyan Harmsworth.
Ties between St Bride's & Westminster Abbey strengthened as the Dean becomes a Guild Chaplain
St Bride's Sunday School fills record number of shoeboxes as part of the Samaritans' Operation Christmas Child.
Held at St Bride's for members and guests of the Guild of Agricultural Journalists.
Members of the Court of the Guild of St Bride's have been studying a discussion paper on the future of the Guild.
Our second QuizAid event is a great success and raises welcome funds for Christian Aid
All artists are invited to get creative on the theme of Why is Christmas and the Written Word special to me?
Nicola Smith has expressed a 'huge thank you' to everyone who has been collecting The Times Books for schools tokens.
A congregation of more than 600 gathered in St Paul's Cathedral for the installation of Canon David Meara
Last Thursday the Bishop of London announced that he has invited Canon Meara to become the next Archdeacon of London
The Guild of St Bride is to play a major role in the future development of the famous Fleet Street church.
Lent is a period of spiritual renewal. Whatever your Lenten discipline, I commend the Carbon Fast to you over the next 40 days.
Canon Meara has written the first survey charting the highly skilled craft of memorial brass design and manufacture between 1880 and 2001.
The Rt Rev Graeme Knowles, former Bishop of the Diocese of Sodor and Man, has become a Chaplain to the Guild of St Bride.
Almost £650 was raised as part of Christian Aid's Quiz Aid hosted by St Bride's under quiz master Sue Perkins.
Nearly 20 members of the Sunday School at St Bride's made a big splash to raise funds for Samaritan's Turn On The Tap Challenge.
With split-second timing, our Sovereign Lady, her husband at her side, steps once more into the historical limelight of the spiritual home of journalists.
This year's 50th anniversary celebrations include commemorating the refounding of the Guild of St Bride
The Court of the Guild of St Bride has two new members, both of whom have been guild members since the 1970s.
St Bride's was packed for this year's celebrations of Guild Sunday on February 4, when the Rev Wallace Boulton - the longest-serving Guild Chaplain - preached a fascinating, thought-provoking and sometimes moving sermon.
Newly installed Master of the Marketors blessed at Sunday morning Eucharist
St Bride's welcomed historian Lady Antonia Fraser, adventurer Michael Palin and Times agony aunt Bel Mooney as it marked the Day of the Imprisoned Writer in November.
Over its long and proud history, St Bride's Church has been the subject of artists. A new painting is on view at St Albans Cathedral.
Sunday October 1 was a most unusual, if not unique, occasion for the church.
St Bride's ancient Guild, founded in 1375 by Edward III, has reached record proportions
The art of change-ringing has been practised in churches across the British Isles for centuries...
On Friday September 30th St Bride's was one of a myriad of hosts playing its part in the world's biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief. This year the very successful coffee morning, which ran from 10.00am until...
On Sunday 24th April, the 'Ship of Fools' Christian website held a mass mystery worshipper' day
Not at St Bride's, says its Rector in his annual report...
We are now well into the season of Lent, the time from Ash Wednesday leading up to Easter, the greatest festival in the Anglican church's calendar.
Members of the Guild of St Bride and others connected with it, will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Guild's reformation on Saturday July 10, when they will pack into the 13th century church of Ss Cosmas and Damian...
St Bride's needs your help in a consultation on the future direction of the church
The Re-endowment Appeal moves towards its target
There are signs of hope for the future, says Rector’s annual report
A magnificent collection of new vestments are now being used in the church.
SHORTLY AFTER 6.15 on Easter Sunday morning, Paul Dyson walks out into Fleet Street...
I have noticed that recently in the media a lot of emphasis is being laid on love...
The tranquil north aisle has taken on an even more special meaning these past few weeks...
Archaeological excavations after the war revealed an exciting find...
The Sunday School filled 37 shoe boxes to send to children in Eastern Europe.
At 6pm on Mondays during Lent there will be a lecture series entitled "Only Connect" which will look at some important issues facing our society today, under the general theme of E M Forster's famous phrase from Howards End: Only...