Future Events

2019

September

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September

Open House Weekend

 

St Giles’ will be part of the Open House weekend.

10.00-17.00 on both days 

 

All welcome

Sunday 22 September, ‘Bring and Share Lunch’ 

 

We will be having a ‘Bring and Share Lunch’ in church.

 

Please sign the list in church if you would like to come tell us what you plan to bring to share.

 

Do remember this is a car free Sunday in parts of the City of London.  

 

All Welcome

An Opportunity to meet up on Tuesday mornings 

 

Pret a Manger, Whitecross Street from 10.00 – 11.30. Join us for a chat and to meet your neighbours. 

 

All Welcome

 

Friends meet for coffee and a chat at Pret a Manger

City of London Brass Band

 

The 'City of London Brass Band' meets on Wednesday evenings at 7pm in St Giles' for rehearsals. The band is part of the North London Brass Network that has encouraged people to play music right across the capital.

The band's Director, Martyn Stogden, says. "We have a number of local people from the Barbican and Golden Lane Estates, who have come to play with us, including people who work and study in the City, exactly the sort of mix from the community for which we were hoping".

Do you play a brass instrument and would you like to join us and be part of this exciting new venture? We are happy to work with people of all ages and experience who are returning to playing brass or with those who would like to learn for the first time.

 

We meet most Wednesdays, but it is advisable to check with the band to arrange a first visit. Contact details are on the band's website

www.cityoflondonbrass.co.uk  Please email Martyn for more details at martyn.stogden@yahoo.co.uk or telephone him on 020 8366 0657.

 

Photograph by and used with the kind permission of Steve Daszco

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Safe recording of personal emails with St Giles’ Cripplegate

 

As we are no longer able, for data protection reasons, to collect email addresses or use them without your permission, you can record your email address on https://mailchi.mp/a156be5517cc/stgc  if you wish to hear from us or be on our mailing list.

October

Autumn Lectures at St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey

 

Thursday 3 October 18.30-20.30 at St Paul’s

Where Love Is The Way: The Jesus Movement Now

by Bishop Michael Curry

 

‘Jesus came to earth, Michael Curry says, to show us God’s dream for the world: the dream of a world where no child suffers, no one goes to bed hungry, no one is abandoned and alone: a world where love is the way. He came to start a movement, not to found a religion, and the Jesus Movement has the power to turn the world upside down.’

 

Entry is by ticket which are free. Tickets can be booked on the St Paul’s Learning and Faith page of the St Paul’s website.  

October Ecumenical Saturday Morning Study Groups

We meet at 10.00 for coffee or tea and the study sessions are from 10.30-11.30

This year we will be studying The Lord’s Prayer using the book in the Pilgrim Course series  

The book is published by Church House Publishing and costs £5.99.

 

October Saturday Morning Dates and Venues this year 

5th - Jewin Welsh Chapel, Fann Street

12th -  St Giles’ Cripplegate, Fore Street.

19th - St Joseph's Church, Bunhill Row

26th -  Wesley’s Chapel, City Road, and 

Sunday 6 October Harvest Festival

 

10.00 Parish Eucharist, including Children's Sermon and 'Harvest activites'. Full details later. 

Sunday 20 October St Luke’s Day

 

Our official title is the Parish of St Giles’ Cripplegate with St Luke’s Church, Old Street. As St Luke is one of our Patron saints we will celebrate this at the 10.00 Family Eucharist.

 

All Welcome

November

Sunday 3 November All Saints and All Souls

 

10.00 Family Eucharist

16.00 All Souls Service

This is a very popular service, the Commemoration of All Souls with music and readings, prayers and the lighting of candles by members of the congregation; the names of the dead are read out and silence kept. People find it very moving and beautiful and make a point of coming back each year.

All welcome

Wednesday 20 November to Sunday 1 December Book Fair

 

 St Giles’ Book Fair, Daily 11.00-16.00  

Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December Advent Fair Weekend

 

This is always a busy and enjoyable weekend in our Parish year.              Full details later.  

December

Saturday 7 December Food Bank Appeal

 

10.30 – 12.30 Outside Waitrose, Cherry Tree Walk

Please contact Christopher if you would like to help

Monday 16 December Parish Carol Service at 18.30

Carols by Candlelight

 

A service for those who live or work in the area with readings and favourite carols for the congregation.

Meet your neighbours over mulled wine and mince pies afterwards

 

Singers who can read music are very welcome to join the professional quartet. Pease contact Anne Marsden Thomas for details on 07785 533799.

Tuesday 24 December Christmas Eve and Wednesday 25 Christmas Day

 

Christmas Eve

16.00 Crib Service

This a popular service with families with the blessing of the crib, carols and readings

21.00 ‘Midnight’ Eucharist

This is a good time for families with young children and those we find a service at midnight too late for travel and family commitments

Christmas Day

10.00 Eucharist

 

2020

Sunday 5 January Feast of the Epiphany

 

10.00 Family Eucharist  

September

24-29 September – dates for our 2020 diaries

Ecumenical Visit to Oberammergau

 

If you are interested in joining this visit please contact St Mary Moorfields Office, at moorfields@rcdow.org.uk

Where to visit us:-

St Giles' Cripplegate Church
Fore Street
London EC2Y 8DA

 

Registered Charity               Number 1138077

 

Services and church  opening hours

 

Sundays 

08.00   Holy Communion (First Sunday in the month)

10.00   Parish Eucharist
16.00   Evening Prayer

Evening Prayer may be cancelled on the Sunday after Christmas and on Easter Day or during August. The service may  also be cancelled if no key holder is available or it may take place in the rectory instead.

 

Weekdays

08.30 Morning Prayer (Monday-Thursday)

The church is normally open from 11.00-16.00 Monday to Friday.

 

Monthly Private Prayer and Reflection 

These sessions are held on the first Thursday of the month., from 13.00-13.30.

2019 Future Dates,                    3 October, 7 November and 4 December.

 
Cleaning Angels 

These sessions are normally held on the first Thursday of the month from 13.30-15.00. Some gentle cleaning and tea and cakes at the end.

2019 Future Dates,                     

3 October, 7 November and 4 December.

 

2019 Dates of PCC meetings in church at 19.30

Tuesday 19 November        

 

Parish Office Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 11.00-16.00

Tel: 020 7638 1997  

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