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"When in the coldness and deadness of winter storms from the east with their bluster begin, we sing of that morning, mysterious morning, when Jesus was born in the barn of an inn." - Alan Dale There is always...

Midnight Mass

Silent Night, Holy NightAll is calm, all is bright... We sing this lovely Austrian carol every year at Midnight Mass. It perfectly sets the tone of the service - the stillness of the dark night, the sense of expectation,...

When printers, publishers, newspaper groups and news agencies were all based in this parish, Fleet Street Carols was the occasion for them all to gather in their parish church to celebrate Christmas together. Today the newspaper offices have scattered across...

On Sunday 20th December, the 4th Sunday in Advent, at 6:30pm, St Bride's will be presenting a traditional service of Nine Lessons and Carols. The St Bride's Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols offers the only chance during the season...

As is traditional on the 3rd Sunday in Advent, St. Bride's choir will be singing Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols on Sunday 13th December. This is Britten's Op. 28, composed in 1942, and is a sequence of medieval texts set...

Crib Service

Christmas is for children just as much as for adults, and we recognise that at St Bride's by offering a short service at 3pm on Sunday 13th in which the children enact the Christmas story anything can happen, and it...

Advent Carols

This year's Advent Carol service at St Bride's will follow the usual custom of beginning at the West end of the church and progressing to the altar steps for the closing part of the service. Musical items are a mixture...

Quiz Aid 2015

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...

A Space For Silence

Weekday evenings from 5 - 6pm Our lives are often so busy, and the world that we live in so complex, that we are sometimes left feeling disorientated, strangers to ourselves and out of touch with the things that are...

Funeral for Sue Ash

The funeral service will be followed by a reception in the St Bride Foundation, adjoining the Church. Sue very much wanted this to be a 'celebration' and as such requested  that all who attended should wear something of her favourite...

Following the success of last year's Come and Sing St Nicolas, we are inviting singers to join conductor Matthew Morley and the Choir and Orchestra of St Bride's for a performance of part one of Handel's Messiah (and the...

Remembrance Sunday

The Duruflé Requiem will be sung by St Bride's Choir accompanied by St Bride's Orchestra on 9th November as part of the liturgy of Choral Eucharist. The service begins with the Act of Remembrance at 10:50am. The preacher will be the...

Lord Mayor's Show

The Lord Mayor's Show has marched (and floated and trotted, and occasionally fought) through 799 years of London history, surviving the black death and the blitz to arrive in the 21st century as what must be the oldest, grandest and...

Raise money to help fight cancer as part of the world's largest coffee morning

Sir Michael Parkinson welcomes sports journalists

St Bride's hosts a service to welcome Olympic sports journalists to London with Sir Michael, President of the Sports Journalists Association, as guest speaker

On Sunday 22nd July St Bride's will begin a fantastic week of Olympian musical celebration and activities.

Thursday 28th June 2012, 7pm at St Bride's Church, Fleet Street