Sunday 19th September 5.30pm
Friends of St Nicholas Church – The Bridge String Quartet lecture/recital
The Bridge String Quartet and eminent musicologist William Everett present a lecture/recital on the theme of The English Phantasy from 17th to 21st century on Sunday 19 September 2021 at 5.30pm, in the church. Entrance
£10.00; concessions £7.00; free to Friends of St Nicholas Church. Doors open at 5.00pm; refreshments will be available.
Friday 24th September after 10am Mass
MacMillan Coffee Morning
As you know last year we were not able to hold the coffee morning due to restrictions but this year we want to make our coffee morning the best ever. We are holding the Macmillan Coffee Morning in church on Friday 24th September after the 10.30 am service and would love to see you all there. Events like this need your support and we cannot do this without you.
Saturday 16th October
A sponsored walk in aid of the St Nicholas Development Appeal St Pauls Cathedral to St Nicholas Church along the river. Bring your family, friends and four legged friends. More information to follow soon!
Sunday 17th October 3pm
Third Sunday Tea Concerts
Doris Kuo (violin) and Rieko Makita (piano) from Southbank Sinfonia will play music by Ravel, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky Join us for the Recital and stay for tea and cake. Concert £10, ticket sales will start soon.
Thursday 18th November 7pm
Friends of St Nicholas Church talk – Sir Christopher Wren and the Rebuilding of London
Thursday 18 November 2021, at 7.00pm, the well-known arts lecturer Janet Gough will give a talk in the church on “Sir Christopher Wren and the Rebuilding of London”.