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Music recitals starting at 1pm. For information follow @WalbrookMus on Twitter
Eucharist service at St Stephen Walbrook. 12.45-1.45 pm. For all those who want to attend a lunchtime service. The St Stephen choir sings special settings of the Mass. Sandwiches and hot drinks are provided free of charge.
Organ recitals with a great variety of music and organists at St Stephen Walbrook 12.30-1.30 pm,
On a personal note.
In December, 2013, I had triple bypass open-heart surgery at Hammersmith Hospital.
Between now and then I have had many setbacks, some of them life threatening.
Last Monday, I had the possibility of being placed on the heart transplant register removed. I was given the relative status of all clear. My next cardiology appointment is a year away.
I like to think that my recovery has been a result of having a positive outlook, friends and family…Continue
Posted by Edward Eagle on July 20, 2016 at 7:46am
Thoughts and prayers with the Right Reverend Father in God, Richard, Bishop of London, who has announced his retirement.
The Bishop will continue as normal for the next few months, finishing his regular duties at Christmas. He will remain in office, but without formal duties, until Shrove Tuesday. There will be a special farewell liturgy at the Cathedral at Candlemas, 2 February
Posted by Edward Eagle on July 20, 2016 at 7:27am
A day to thank God. Dr Al Guneid has been released and is back home with his family.
He was taken hostage by the Houthi militia in Yemen last August, purely because he was regularly tweeting the truth on Twitter about the war situation in his home town of Taiz.
His family and others, including myself, have waged a campaign to get him free since the day of his abduction, under the hashtag #FreeGuneid
During peace talks in Kuwait over the war in Yemen, negotiators agreed…Continue
Posted by Lynda Keen on May 22, 2016 at 9:01am
It's mind boggling that a flat bought as an x-council property in London for £12,000 can now be 'worth' over £500, 000 on the open market. Or that a council house bought for a £1 could be worth one and a half million pounds today.
I am trying to get my head around the morality of what's happening in London, especially with the forced exodus because of Bedroom Tax and the reduction in housing benefits. Never again will the…Continue
Posted by Carol Teasdale on April 28, 2016 at 10:50pm