A church built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672. Tower by Nicholas Hawksmoor (1722). Restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1870. Famous all over the world for its long-standing musical tradition, dating back several centuries, which continues to this day.
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Cornhill, London, EC3V 9DS
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Sunday, 11:00 Choral Eucharist and Sermon. The congregation is invited to stay afterwards for a glass of wine at the back of the church.
Monday, 13:00 Organ Recital (except for Bank Holidays). This series of recitals was started by Harold Darke in 1916.
Wednesday, 13:10 Holy Communion (said) (lasts twenty-five minutes), with two minute sermon on fundamental Christian teaching.
Friday, 13:10 pm Holy Communion (said).
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St Michael's Church Cornhill
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- Take exit 5 at Bank station. St Michael's is 150 yards up Cornhill on the right hand side.
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