WELCOME TO ST-MARY-AT-HILL
We are delighted that our partners at St Anne's are now sharing in the life of this place, where the Christian gospel has been preached for over 1000 years, both in words and music and in loving service to the surrounding community. We look forward very much to sharing in faith, life and witness and to discovering together God's future.
As we work together with the Lutherans, even more will be happening each week.
The lights are on in Leadenhall Market; the season of Advent is upon us. See events . Hear our Choir sing Handel's Messiah (12th Dec). Join in and sing old favourite Carols, by candlelight, on 17th or 18th December - or both! Drop in for festive cheer and to say farewell to the Rector, after the service on Weds 18th December. Reception from 1900 or so.
image courtesy: cbd photography
Do note the pictures in our toilets which are twinned with loos in the Congo.
See website to read about sanitation.
If the loos are shut, just ask for them to be opened
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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.
To bring in income for our work, we let the space. Wedding receptions, private receptions, formal or informal lunches or dinners can be accommodated.
St Mary-at-Hill is suitable for conferences, opera and 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! What is not here can be hired in. To discuss a booking, contact the administrator.
During the week, St Mary’s is a sanctuary of peace and quiet among the busy streets. The versatile interior is much larger than is apparent from outside. You are invited to step in and see and share its splendour. There are benches to sit on in the churchyard. The area is tiny, but secluded. The welcome inside the church is always warm.
Come and see