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Bob Satchwell

Bob Satchwell

Thursday 9th September, 2021

A very warm welcome to St Bride’s. When I came here seven years ago, my very first service in this church, two days after I took over as Rector, was our annual Journalists’ Commemorative service.  It was also the first time that I met Bob Satchwell.  He made a point of introducing himself, and he […]

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John McCarthy stands in front of Journalists' Altar at St Bride's

Hostage Vigils at St Bride’s: 30 years on

Wednesday 11th August, 2021

During the height of the civil war in Lebanon over one hundred foreign hostages were kidnapped. Among them was British journalist John McCarthy who was eventually released after more than five years in captivity on 8th August 1991, along with Brian Keenan, Terry Waite and American hostage Terry Anderson. To mark the 30th anniversary of […]

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Court of Co of Stationers processes from St Bride's

(Nearly) full service has resumed!

Wednesday 4th August, 2021

It has been wonderful to host weddings in church again after such a long absence and celebrate two more last Saturday. Easing of restrictions has also allowed the resumption of services for the livery companies with whom we have close associations. Last month it was a great pleasure to welcome back the Worshipful Company of […]

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US friends Angelynne Caroline and Ed Hinson in front of the oak reredos at St Bride's

North American ties

Tuesday 6th July, 2021

It was a great pleasure to welcome Angelynne, Caroline and Ed Hinson back to St Bride’s last Sunday. The Hinsons are from New Hampshire and they consider St Bride’s their ‘parish’ church during their regular visits to the UK. When back home, Angelynne and Ed wake up early to hear our pre-recorded Sunday online broadcasts. […]

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congregation sitting for service


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