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Sunday in London

Mass & Recital/Wine Reception at S. Magnus the Martyr, London Bridge

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Sunday in London

I did in fact attend S. Magnus the Martyr, and it was a lovely Solemn High Mass, with a good choir and organ. The Rector is SSC and we had good conversations. I’ve put up some pictures, including a video of the ringing of the new bells, on Facebook. Though the physical plants of the parishes of S. Magnus and S. Bride’s couldn’t be more different, the parishes are similar in that they are small in numbers but very hearty in their love for God and their parish church, determined to pitch in and do whatever is needed to glorify God in beauty and holiness, and make the parish to be a blessing to the wider community.

After the wine reception for the social hour, they had a recital for £5 as a fund raiser for organ work; of course I stayed. Finishing about 2.30PM, I wandered around S. Paul’s Cathedral; was going to attend Evensong at S. Bride’s, but it began raining, and I’d left my umbrella at the Club. So, it was diving into the nearest Tube station and home for a quiet evening.

Posted by stbrides 23:37 Archived in United Kingdom

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