Lunchtime recitals are held every Wednesday and are free of charge. You are welcome to bring your lunch into church to eat while you listen.
Wednesday 3rd May 2017 Claudia Grinnell, Organ Scholar of Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 10th May 2017 Moriarty Winds, Wind Ensemble
Wednesday 17th May 2017 Marco Ramelli, Guitar
Wednesday 24th May 2017 Tamara Ravenhill, Soprano
Wednesday 31st May 2017 Farah Ghadiali, Soprano
Thursday 4th May, 6.30pm A Concert by Floreat: O quam gloriosum
Renaissance music from Spain, Italy and England. Floreat is an a capella vocal consort based in Westminster. Admission free; retiring collection cantandum.westminster.org.uk/floreat
Solemn Mass, Wednesday 10th May, 6.30pm The Great Fire of Westminster
Forty years ago on 10th May 1977, the church was almost totally destroyed by fire, caused by arson.It was subsequently rebuilt on a smaller scale to a design by the aptly named Donald Buttress, and dedicated in 1984. To mark the anniversary we are having a Solemn Mass with special music. We do hope you can join us for this historic occasion.
Preacher: Fr Jim Rosenthal, former churchwarden.
Exhibition of photographs and other material from the time of the fire.
You are invited to wear something red!
After the service there will be a reception to which all are invited.
8.00 Holy Eucharist (1662) 11.00 SOLEMN MASS (Common Worship)
Every 1st Sunday on the month the 11am service is Sung Mass with choir.
Monday to Friday
8.30 Silent Prayer 8.45 Morning Prayer 12.30 Holy Eucharist 17.30 Silent Prayer 17.45 Evening Prayer The church is open every day between 8.30am and 4.30pm for prayer.
Saturday 10th June, 7.30pm Space Time Matter Energy St Mary le Strand
A new piece by Simon McEnery for choir and percussion, with texts by Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, Martin Rees, Albert Einstein and others. With the Salisbury Chamber Chorus, Beaten Track Ensemble, Peter Toye, piano and Simon McEnery, Conductor. Tickets £15 from salisburyplayhouse.com 01722 320333