We are delighted you are visiting this website and hope to be able to welcome you to St Mary-at-Hill. The Church is open from 10:00 to 16:00 Monday to Friday.

Wren, Tallis, Mundy, Carlisle, Hooke and Beckett – the church is a must see tapestry of City of London history.

Today the church offers a haven from the hectic life of the City outside. However, we are firmly a part of the City of London and play a vital role for those who work here or are just passing through.

The Church Office

The Church office is usually open from 10am-4pm Monday to Friday.
Christmas: The office will be closed from Wednesday 20th December and will reopen on Thursday 4th January 2018

Services

No services of Holy Communion over the Christmas period – please see our Services page for details

Mondays 12.45pm  Sung Holy Communion (except Bank Holidays)

Tuesdays 7.45am  Said Holy Communion
followed by a light breakfast- why not drop in on your way to work?

Thursday Conversation

On the First Thursday of each month at 6pm we have Choral Evensong and Thursday Conversation. Each month we have a well know speaker who will engage us with important issues that impact on all our lives. Please see our Events page for details.

Recitals

Most Tuesdays 1.15pm (Square Mile Music) Brochure Autumn/Winter Term 2017

Most Fridays at 1:05pm (Music-at-Hill)

Our Organ Appeal

We’re raising £2500 to help towards the costs of essential maintenance of the William Hill organ at St Mary-at-Hill church, London.

Venue Hire

The church is available for your concert, rehearsal or event.
Wedding receptions, private receptions, formal or informal lunches or dinners can be accommodated.
St Mary-at-Hill is suitable for conferences, theatrical rehearsals and productions, choir and orchestra rehearsals, auditions and competitions, major concert performances, recitals and recordings. We own movable chairs, portable staging, an enviable piano and organ and have a splendid acoustic! You are welcome to hire in extra equipment. To discuss a booking, contact the administrator.

The Building

Much of the original church was destroyed in the Great Fire of London (1666), but the walls and frame remained standing. The building has survived two further major fires, and it stood unscathed through the Blitz. Although marked by its experiences, the spectacular interior retains the beauty and grace of Wren’s vision.

Children can learn about St Mary-at-Hill with our new Children’s Leaflet!

Our toilets are twinned with toilets in the Congo. For more information about this arrangement, pleases read the Toilet Twinning Website.

 

St Annes Lutheran Church
meet here on Sundays http://www.stanneslutheranchurch.org.uk/