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The Good Coffee Kiosk is nearly there.  Over the last week boxes of stock and equipment have been delivered to the Church ready for us to open this exciting new venture in the Bishopsgate entrance of the Church. All the equipment and products have been purchased from Kingdom Coffee Co. they share our wish to only use Fairtrade, recyclable, ethical, compostable, and most importantly the best quality, good tasting coffee and tea. We hope that you will come and support this new

At St Botolph's we are looking forward to welcoming back all our musical friends, especially those whose concerts had to be postponed last year. The first group to take the plunge is the London Chorus who under director Ron Corp will present a programme of music by Purcell and Fauré, including the latter's wonderful setting of the Requiem Mass, on Wednesday 6 October at 7.00 pm. Tickets £10 from Click here Click to see the concert poster   While we wait for that

The Good Coffee Kiosk good coffee ethically sourced environmentally sound An exciting new Coffee Kiosk serving great tasting Coffee and Tea from the Bishopsgate Entrance of the Church. The Kiosk will be run as a social enterprise with all profits funding good causes. All the equipment, products and consumables will be purchased from Kingdom Coffee Co. They share our wish to only use Fairtrade, ethical, recyclable, compostable and most importantly the best quality good tasting Coffee and Tea. Barista Needed Are you an experienced Barista looking

On 25 May the officers and many members of the Worshipful Company of Bowyers attended St Botolph's for a special service to mark the 400th anniversary of the granting of the Royal Charter by King James I. The service included appropriate music from each century of the Charter's existence, and an extract from the Charter was solemnly proclaimed. In Fr David's absence on leave, the service was taken by Fr Andrew Williams, who welcomed the Company and led them in

Join us as we celebrate our Patron St Botolph Choral Patronal Festival Mass 16 June 1.10pm Guest Preacher: Fr Chris Vipers, Parish Priest, St Mary Moorfields Music includes: Missa ‘Ego flos campi’ Padilla; Laudate Dominum Mozart All are welcome to attend either in church or by following the livestream Click here  

The Annual Vestry Meeting and Parochial Church Meeting took place last Thursday 20 May (by Zoom). The many members of the Electoral Roll who were present heard about St Botolph's activities during the past extraordinary year, and of exciting current and future projects. The results of the elections held at the meetings have been posted in church, and can be seen here. The church’s revised Electoral Roll was presented to the APCM, and the Roll is once more open for new

As you may be aware, the Annual Vestry Meeting and Annual Parochial Church Meeting for St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate will take place next Thursday, 20 May at 12.45pm.  Due to on-going Covid-related restrictions to public gatherings, the meetings will be conducted online, over Zoom only.   I do hope you are able to attend.  If you are, you will please need register beforehand by emailing [email protected]  You will then be sent a link to the Zoom meeting link along the relevant papers for the

Fr David Armstrong, our Priest-in-Charge, was licensed by the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally, as Rector of St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate, and was installed by the Archdeacon of London, the Venerable Luke Miller in a service of Evensong in the church at 5.30pm on Thursday 29 April. The service was open to the public with guideline social distancing being respected.  A recording of the service is also available to be viewed here  

One of the many great strengths of the Church of England is its system of governance, from parish level to General Synod. At parish level, the Electoral Roll ensures that members of a church can shape the local mission and ministry by electing the officers necessary to do that hard work. We encourage regular worshippers at St Botolph’s to apply: even if you are already on the Roll at your Sunday or ‘home’ church, you can be on the Roll

Our community at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate joins people from round the world in sending our condolences to HRH Her Majesty the Queen on the Death of her husband HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. St Botolph’s is open for private prayer from 10am to 3pm Monday to Thursday.  We will be holding a Requiem Mass for Prince Philip at 1.10pm on Wednesday 14 April. Due to Covid restrictions, we will not have a condolence book in the church, however there is an on-line