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Forthcoming Programme

Holy Week
17th April Maundy Thursday
1.05pm High Mass of the Lord’s Supper
with washing of feet

18th April Good Friday
no services today

24th April
6.45pm Annual Meeting of Parishioners
and Annual Parochial Church Meeting

30th April
6.05pm JustShare Lecture
Ruth Dearnley, Chief Executive Officer of STOP THE TRAFFIK. ‘Stop the Traffik - Is prevention possible?’ All welcome, refreshments afterwards

1st May
1.05pm Concert
David Harvey (guitar)

8th May
1.05pm Concert
Vatche Jambazian (piano)

12th May
5.45pm Installation Service
The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers

12th - 23rd May
Exhibition of Paintings
paintings by Paul Brown

18th May
1.00pm Circle the City service

27th May
6.30pm 50th Anniversary Lecture
‘City Churches on the front line: the Blitz and its impact’ by author and historian Juliet Gardiner. Admission free, please reserve your seat here: www.stmarylebow.co.uk/register

28th May Founder’s Day
The Feast of Lanfranc - for further details:
www.stmarylebow.co.uk/50th-anniversary

29th May The Ascension Day
1.05pm High Mass

4th June
6.05pm JustShare Panel Discussion co-hosted by
Christian Aid - Tax ethics, featuring panellists Richard D. North (Institute of Economic Affairs) and David Quentin (Barrister
specialising in tax laws at Stone King LLP).

5th June
7.00pm Concert for the feast of Pentecost
The Iken Scholars (Matthew Dunn director)

9th - 20th June
Exhibition of Paintings ‘London and her Forest’
paintings by Sarah Tamosius

11th June
50th Anniversary of the Rebuilding and Reconsecration of St Mary-le-Bow Church
Evening Commemoration Service with the Bishop of London, time to be confirmed; please reserve your seats online:
www.stmarylebow.co.uk/register

12th June
Bell Ringing
This event will include a talk, bell handling, tour of the tower and full ringing demonstration. Place are limited to 24 people; there will be two sessions available: 12.00 - 1.10pm or 12.50 - 2.00pm; please select one. Places must be reserved in advance:
www.stmarylebow.co.uk/register

30th April at 6.05pm

Opening times:

Monday to Wednesday: 7.30am-6.00pm;
Thursday: 7.30am-6.30pm; 
Friday: 7.30am-4.00pm;
Usually closed on weekends (please enquire) and bank holidays. Guided tours are sometimes available by arrangement - enquire. Assisted access to the church is now available at the west porch from the Churchyard.

ARCUBUS, a new charity based at St Mary-le-Bow, offers City companies and their employees a unique opportunity to support microfinance projects in some of the world's poorest communities.