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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 available in the summer.
Assisted access to the church is now available at the west porch from the Churchyard.

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 Tuedsay 31

7.30am

Morning Prayer
7.45am
Eucharist
Crypt Chapel
followed by breakfast

1.05pm
Meditation
Crypt Chapel

5.45pm
Evening Prayer

 Wednesday 01

8.15am

Morning Prayer
Crypt Chapel

1.05pm
Eucharist

5.45pm
Evening Prayer

 Forthcoming Programme

5th August
Peal attempt (York Minster ringers) 10.30am
Women’s Marathon

12th August
Peal attempt (Ancient Society of College Youths) 10.30am
Men’s Marathon

29th August
start of the Paralympic Games

9th September
10.30am Peal attempt
Paralympics’ Marathon

11th September
1.05pm Cheapside Debate
‘Shale – panacea or distraction?’ Speakers include
Andy Atkins (Executive Director, Friends of the Earth)

6.00pm Harvest Festival (time to be confirmed)
The Worshipful Company of International Bankers

12th September
6.05pm JustShare Lecture on Christian Social & Political Thought
Professor Molly Scott Cato (Green economist and academic)

22nd September
Open House London
Guided tours: 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm

23rd September
Open House London
Guided tours: 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 3.30pm

24th September - 5th October
Exhibition of paintings by Paul Brown

26th September
6.05pm JustShare Lecture on Christian Social & Political Thought
Paul Szkiler (Chairman, Truestone Asset Management)

27th September
1.05pm Concert
Susana Gilardoni (soprano)

30th September
3.00pm Harvest Festival
The Costermongers

3rd October
6.30pm Concert for the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators

4th October
1.05pm Concert
Margaret Morrell (soprano)

8th - 16th October
Exhibition of entries to ‘The Oldie’ British Artists Awards

10th October
6.05pm JustShare Lecture on Christian Social & Political Thought
James Featherby (EIAG. previously Slaughter and May)

11th October
1.05pm Organ Recital

18th October
1.05pm Organ Recital

24th October
6.05pm JustShare Lecture
on Christian Social & Political Thought
‘Prosperity lost? A Christian perspective on financial crises and responsible capitalism’ David McNair (Christian Aid)
All welcome, refreshments afterwards

25th October
1.05pm Organ Recital

1st November
1.05pm High Mass
The feast of All Saints

JustShare panel discussion in association with St Paul's Institute: 'The City: is it socially useful?'

Raquel Hughes (The CityUK), Tony Greenham (nef) and Anne Kiem (IFS) explore the role of the City in securing economic development and prosperity.
This event took place on 25th July. A video will be available shortly.

A yacht on the Churchyard

Our neighbours Aberdeen Global Asset Management sponsor 2012 Cowes Week (11th - 18th August) and by way of celebration 'moored' their 27-foot dragon boat on Bow Churchyard on the 17th July. Prizes were on offer to the most successful entrants in a grinding competition - simulating the effort required to raise a sail in racing conditions. See pictures here

the boyle lecture

the 2012 lecture was given by professor CELIA DEANE-DRUMMOND

Next concert

27th September

at 1.05pm
Susana Gilardoni (soprano)

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. Click on the logo to visit the Arcubus website