Choral Mass at St Botolph without Bishopsgate. Taken by Fr David in the week of The Third Sunday of Easter Missa brevis in B flat, K Mozart Erstanden ist der heilge Christ, BWV 628 Bach Please click for the Service Booklet Please click for the Music Sheet Please click here to join the service live via YouTube

CHRISTMAS AT ST BOTOLPH’S  All are warmly invited to join us for our traditional Christmas celebrations   Thursday 14 December Parish Carol Service at 1.10 pm St Botolph’s Choir and the Choir of The Coopers’ Company and Coborn School will be joining forces to make joyful music for our popular traditional carol service. Everyone is welcome to attend the service and to stay for traditional seasonal refreshments afterwards, so bring your colleagues and friends—and come early to make sure of a seat!   Friday 15 December Carols by

Thursday 2 November - All Souls Service All are warmly invited to attend our annual All Souls Day service on Thursday 2 November at 1.10 pm. It provides an opportunity to remember departed loved ones in the context of a Choral Requiem – St Botolph’s Choir will be singing an exquisite setting of the Requiem Mass by Manuel Cardoso. The service includes the ceremony of the solemn reading aloud of the names of departed loved ones and the lighting of candles in their

At St Botolph’s we will celebrate the bond between humans and animals as we hold our Annual Animal Blessing Service on Friday 6 October at 12.10 pm.  We hold this popular service each year on the Friday closest to the Feast Day of St Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. As ever there will be the opportunity for each animal to receive a personal blessing. The service will feature beautiful music from St Botolph’s choir and refreshments will be served

Message from The Rector Easter Hope Easter is a time of hope in the true and affirmative sense.  In casual conversation when we use the word ‘hope’ it is often in a way which suggests doubt or wavering uncertainty. ‘I hope I can make it, I hope to see you’.  In terms of faith, hope is certain.  Hope is eager anticipation and a firm acknowledgement that, ultimately all will be well. It is with hope that we look ahead with confident expectation of

Following last week's announcement of Fr David's foot injury, the latest update is that he is awaiting a further surgical procedure. He continues in good spirits, but is quite immobile and has been told that his foot needs elevation and total rest for a few weeks. He is at home and will not be able to take services for the time being. The normal pattern of weekday services will continue with the exception of the Tuesday 8.10 am Mass, which is