Welcome to St. Michael’s Cornhill
Welcome to the St Michaels’s website. We hope you will feel free to visit our church, to join in our worship, to find an oasis of peace in a busy world, or simply to see the 17th century structure and its 19th century furnishings. St Michael’s is one of the few churches in the City of London which has regular Sunday services.
Every Sunday at 1100 there is a Sung Eucharist with professional choir – our priorities are dignified worship, good music and biblical preaching.These together constitute the genius of St Michael’s, and draw people from a wide area to join in worship which is formal, recognisable and, we hope, captivating. The service is followed by an opportunity for refreshments and conversation.
There is a said Eucharist every Wednesday and Friday at 1310, with a short homily.
A full range of occasional offices (Baptism, Confirmation preparation, Confession, marriage, funeral and memorial services) is also available
WEEKLY SERVICES AT ST.MICHAELS
Sunday, 11am Choral Eucharist (or occasssional Choral Matins) and Sermon, followed by a glass of wine in the vestry.
Monday, 1pm Organ Recital (lasting 50 minutes)
Wednesday - 1.10pm - Holy Communion (said)
Friday, 1.10pm - Holy Communion (said)
STELLER RECITALS IN JUNE
The recitals series at St Michael’s Cornhill is thought to be the longest-running in the world. It began in 1914, and this june we shall be celebrating its one hundred and first birthday.
See events page or download pdf stellerrecitalsprogramme
ASCENSION DAY SERVICE
At the very top of the tower
ORGAN RECITAL DOWNLOAD
Click music icon below to hear Jemima Stephenson playing the Praeludium in E minor by Bruhns during the Monday lunchtime recital on 12th January 2015
TERCENTENARY CHORAL EVENSONG - October 20th 2014
(See Events page)
David Aprahamian Liddle Video
See music page for recent footage of the The St Michael's Cornhill organ being played by the revered blind organist David Aprahamian Liddle.
SPONSOR A RECITAL
There is also the opportunity to sponsor a recital (for a minimum of £150). Your support, and any dedication,will be recorded in the printed programme. You are invited to discuss the possibilities
with the Director of Music after a
recital, or by email
to listen to Gregory Drott's recording of J.S. Bach - Prelude in D BWV 532 at St Michael's click here
Here is Joy !
The Choir of St.Michael's Cornhill, London