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St Mary-le-Bow enjoys historical associations with cities and countries around the world. Those relationships play an increasingly important part in the life of the parish today, as we seek to explore our ministry to our own International City.
St Mary-le-Bow is pleased to represent the Australian Community in London, through its association with the Britain-Australia Society, and by its commemoration of Admiral Arthur Phillip, first governor of Australia.
Our strong connection with the city of New York stems from the church of Trinity, Wall Street, founded in 1697. Its Vestry was commanded to do everything 'according to the use of St Mary-le-Bow'. The church was extremely generous in its donations towards St Mary-le-Bow's restoration following the bombing it underwent in the second world war.
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