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Review of Journalists' Commemorative Service "Lest we Forget"

Tools of the journalist's trade Listen Online A service of commemoration is an odd beast. It tries to remember those we have lost in two very different ways: a sorrowful remembering, and a celebratory remembering. The latter perhaps feels...

St Bride's Guildsman, David Kitchen MBE (5/3/1942-19/8/2005) loved music, and a recital of British Music was held at St Bride's back in August to remember him, and also to raise funds for St James' School Zongoro in Zimbawe; thank you...

Welcome to Mark Fox

We are very pleased to welcome Rev Mark Fox to the ministry team at St Bride's. He was ordained into the Church of England by the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, in St. Paul's Cathedral in 2013.  Currently he...

London Internet Church

Established in 2007 by the Diocese of London to spread the Christian message throughout the world, the London Internet Church has flourished into an organization that has a 22,000+ strong global email database and a website receiving in excess...

2016 Guild Bursary Scholarship

James Sutton2016 Guild Bursary Scholar The last few days and weeks have been something of a challenge for the papers in their printed forms. What seemed a dead cert as the presses rolled the night before is now often...

The attention of the world's media was fixed upon St Bride's on the morning of Saturday 5th March, when we hosted a service of prayers and thanksgiving for the marriage of Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall, who had been married...

Today we were able to hand over our first donation! Pictured is volunteer Tim Spencer with our first collection of food and other goods to help families in need. You are invited to donate non-perishable items to the Hackney Food...

We are delighted that restoration work on the interior of the church began immediately after the Easter Bank Holiday. This work will not only conserve the interior of the building, but it will also make it cleaner and brighter. There...

Photo Courtesy of Karen Hatch Photography The Church and the Guild of St Bride were thanked by the Vice-Chancellor of City University, Professor Sir Paul Curran, for supporting the university's bursaries and scholarship programme at a reception in the...

Wren Lecture Review

David Blackwell's review of the Annual Wren Lecture 2015: "Accident or Artifice? Designing a capital from Wren to Abercrombie" - given by Simon Thurley.

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,...

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...

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...

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.

Top newspaper executive is the new Guild Master

Sir David Bell, who fittingly has enjoyed a distinguished career in the newspaper industry, is the new Master of the Guild of St Bride's Church

Get the low down on how St Bride's latest summer party went.

The Guild of St Bride is to play a major role in the future development of the famous Fleet Street church.

Church in sound financial state, but...

PCC told that 2006 had been a very good year and St Bride's is in a sound financial state.

All this new technology, and Mr Osborne, too!

Down the ages, St Bride's has been the venue for many an important preacher, or journalist, even an Archbishop of Canterbury! On November 14, the Wren church welcomed another famous visitor.

The Night St Bride's Church Burnt Down

Millions of television viewers have been given a first hand account of the devastating night that saw St Bride's Church burnt to the ground

Politicans, hacks and the world of Andrew Marr

Andrew Marr gives the annual Tom Olsen Lecture to a packed audience

Farewell to Reuters

Journalists gather in Fleet Street to mark the departure of the Reuters news agency

Charity Coffee

Record amount raised at coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief

Doing our Bounden Duty

St Bride's troops assert territorial rights, confront rival Rector & find time plenty of tavern time

City churches celebrate

St Bride's congregation to walk in procession for a celebration of City of London churches

Tiger stalks men

Tiger Aspect seeks volunteers from business world to experience the monastic life for BBC2

Lord Mayor's Show - Nov 8th

What’s happened in St Bride’s on Lord Mayor’s Show day

More than ?300 was raised when the church hosted one of the thousands of coffee mornings

When our Rector told us that St Bride?s had been designated as one of the nation?s greatest institutions to be included in this event, I think we all agreed that our church was only receiving the recognition it deserved. This...