​​ Academy of St Mary le Bow Concert, Saturday 19th October at 7.30pm:
Programme includes Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique, Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night's Dream (excerpts), Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Tickets £14, £12 (under 30/concessions), £6 (students) available on the door or at www.academyofstmarylebow.com


National Pilgrimage to the Shrine of St Edward the Confessor, Westminster Abbey, Saturday 19th October:
11:30am: Festival Eucharist: Preacher: The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of All England, and Metropolitan; 3:00pm: First Evensong of the Dedication of Westminster Abbey. Further details are posted on the Westminster Abbey website .
  

A Mass of Healing for the Sick, Sunday 20th October at 6pm:
With the Laying on of hands and anointing with Holy Oil. A time of prayer and intercession for the sick, for those who need healing and strength, and for all carers.


Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Friday 25th October at 6.30pm
Hugh Benson and Clara Kanter perform songs by Britten and Dvorak, accompanied by Richard Hall. The programme features Britten's Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac.


Mini Lay Congress at St Alban's Holborn, Saturday 26th October from 10.30am:
Practical workshops designed to equip you and your parish with practical tools for mission including Youth Ministry, Church Music, Digital Mission & Evangelism.


Haydn's Piano Concerto in F Major, Saturday 26th October at 6pm:
The West Kensington Music Team with soloist Juan rezutto perform Haydn's Piano Concerto in F Major. Tickets: online via WKMT or on the door.



14 Holy Helpers Votive Mass, St Magnus the Martyr Church, Saturday 26th October at Noon:
Music Cantus Missae Mass in E Flat by Josef Rheinberger. Followed by a reception.


Choral Evensong & Benediction: Sunday 27th October at 6pm:
Our voluntary choir, the
Saint Matthias Singers, sing Harris' Holy is the true light, Noble's Cantiles in B minor and Mendelssohn's Verleih uns Frieden for Choral Evensong and Benediction. Followed by refreshments. 


  
Earl’s Court Film Festival:
Wednesday 30th October at 2pm: Matinee
Friday 1st November at 6.30pm: Gala Film Night (programme starts at 7pm). For further details click here .

 
St Cuthbert’s Film Night: Wednesday 30th October at 6.15pm:
A special film night and thank you for the European contribution to our City.  Programme: 6.15pm "The Life of a Priest" (Fr Bill Kirkpatrick); followed by light refreshments; 7pm feature Film "Cinema Paradiso"


All Souls Day Mass, Saturday 2nd November at 12 noon:
Setting of the Mass: Missa Pro Defunctis by Tomas Luis de Victoria; Motet Versa est in luctum by Alonso Lobo.


A Saint for England: Solemn Evensong & Benediction, All Hallows Gospel Oak, Sunday 3rd November at 5pm:
A celebration to mark the canonisation of John Henry Newman and for the Baptism of Bells. Preacher: The Rt Revd. Dr Jonathan Baker.

  
The Friends of St Cuthbert’s: Annual Autumn Lecture, Monday 4th November at 7pm: “Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory”: Anglo-Catholics and their Funeral Ceremonies by Dr Brian Parsons
An illustrated paper exploring the arrangements made by London Anglo-Catholic churches for the funerals of parishioners. Particular reference is made to the funerals of the clergy and congregation of St Cuthbert’s Philbeach Gardens. The lecture is free but there is a suggested donation of £10 for refreshments afterwards.


Annual Requiem, St Stephen's Gloucester Road, Thursday 7th November at 7pm
For departed members of The Guild of All Souls & other Catholic Societies; Preacher: Rt Revd Robert Ladds; Setting: Requiem in D minor by Gabriel Faure.


Autumn Study Group "Teach us how to Pray", Saturday 9th November at 11am
Our Autumn Study Group follows the 10.30am Mass and provides a short study group on prayer. Further meetings take place on 16 & 23 November.



Multinational Concert Tribute to Komitas, Saturday 9th November at 7pm:
London-based Armenian Klingen Choir and Cultural Association (KCCA) presents a concert-exhibition dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the great Armenian composer Komitas. Internationally acclaimed musicians of 8 nationalities residing in 4 different countries are gathering together for the first time to participate in this concert, play and sing the immortal music of Komitas. Ticket price: £15 -  online tickets from Eventbrite - tickets by post: Mrs Narine Petrosyan  tel:07534699623.


Autumn Study Group "Teach us how to Pray", Saturday 16th November at 11am
Our Autumn Study Group follows the 10.30am Mass and provides a short study group on prayer. The final meeting takes place on 23 November.



The Feast of the Dedication, Sunday 17th November:
10am Family Mass; 11am Sung Mass. Followed by a shared lunch.


A Mass of Healing for the Sick, Sunday 17th November at 6pm:
With the Laying on of hands and anointing with Holy Oil. A time of prayer and intercession for the sick, for those who need healing and strength, and for all carers.


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Two Turner Collectors, Friends of Ruskin: Wednesday, 20 November, 6.30-8.30pm:
Lecture on Elhanan Bicknell and Benjamin Godfrey Windus, representatives of the new breed of collectors from the commercial world of London. The talks, by Marcus Bicknell and Margaret Burr, are by people who have a special knowledge of their subjects. Organised by the Independent Turner Society. Tickets: free from Eventbrite. There will be an interval with wine.


The Court of Arches: Its Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence - Entirely Settled? Lecture at St Mary le Bow Church, Wednesday 20 November at 6pm:
Lecture by Professor Norman Doe (Cardiff University) with a response and vote of thanks by the Right Worshipful Charles George QC; followed by a reception. Admission by ticket only (£6) from Eventbrite.
  

Autumn Study Group "Teach us how to Pray", Saturday 23rd  November at 11am
Our Autumn Study Group follows the 10.30am Mass and provides a short study group on prayer. This is the final meeting.





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