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  • A New Song
    In 2018, St Bride's choir launched their first ecological Lent campaign: Plastic Free Lent. They reported weekly to the congregation on their discoveries about the environmental harm plastic can cause, particularly single use plastics, and their attempts to find replacements...
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  • Choir & Orchestra join forces for a St Bride's Dvořák debut
    On June 16th (Trinity Sunday) our mass setting will be Antonín Dvořák's Mass in D. This work was commissioned by Dvořák's friend, leading architect and patron of the arts, later the founder and first president of the Czech Academy of...
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  • Our burgeoning clergy team
    We are delighted to report that the Revd Dr Jeff Lake and the Revd Mark Fox have now been officially licensed to St Bride's as our Associate Priests. Mark and Jeff were both licensed by Bishop Sarah, the Bishop of...
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  • St Bride's promotes new music in the liturgy
    On Sunday 12th May St Bride's Choir is taking part in the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music. We are delighted to welcome back the St Bride's Orchestra who will be joining the choir in a day of contemporary music...
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  • Less Meat Lent: "It Ain't What You Do, It's The Way That You Do It"
    This Lent, St Bride's Choir is trying to eat less meat and looking at the environmental, health, animal welfare issues involved with food production whilst trying not to just point a finger at our farmers. SOCIAL MEDIA DETAILS Facebook @StBridesChoir...
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  • Double distinction for St Bride's scholars
    Members of the historic Guild of St Bride were seeing double this academic year as two highly promising journalism students were given bursary funding. The guild, based at the journalists' church in Fleet Street, has been supporting one postgraduate student...
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  • Less Meat Lent: Another St Bride's Choir Adventure
    Following on from the great success of last year's Plastic-Less Lent campaign, St Bride's choir have a new challenge for the environmentally conscious - "Less Meat Lent". Lent is a period when we reflect on ways in which we can...
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  • Christmas Roundup
    Yesterday we celebrated the Feast of the Epiphany marking the end of the Christmas festival. Advent and Christmas at St Bride's were particularly memorable this year: a total of 26 carol services (yes, we now know the words!) meant that...
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  • Armistice Centenary Exhibit
    Remembrance Sunday this year conincides with the centenary of the signing of the Armistice that ended the First World War. The Great War, as it was to become known, was also described as being the war to end all wars....
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  • Sermons of Two Cities
    Death is inevitably sad, but remembering need not be so. For a Christian community, such as ours, it can be life enhancing, reaffirming our belief in humanitarian principles imbued with the spirit of Christianity. In this light it is all...
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  • St Bride's welcomes visitors to Lord Mayor's Show
    You are warmly invited to St Bride's on Saturday 10th November during the annual Lord Mayor's Show from 10am til 3pm. The Show, also known as 'London's favourite Street Party', continues inside, in the welcoming (and dry!) surroundings of the...
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