Church of England Diocese of London St. Michael Cornhill with St. Peter-le-Poor and St. Benet Fink

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Tuesday

Morning Prayer

Every Tuesday at 8 a.m. for 20m

St Michael Cornhill,
St Michael's Alley,
London,

Matins is held each Tuesday morning at St Michael Cornhill.

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Monday

Organ Recital

Every Monday at 1 p.m. for 50m

St Michael Cornhill,
St Michael's Alley,
London,

This series of recitals was started by Harold Darke in 1916. Admission is free and there is a retiring collection.

The organ of St Michael’s Cornhill contains well over 3,500 pipes, the earliest of which date from the year 1684. It was originally a 2-manual instrument built by Renatus Harris in a gallery at the west end of the church (beneath the tower). In the intervening centuries, some of this country’s leading organ craftsmen have enlarged and enriched it, culminating in a superb restoration by Nicholsons in 2010. The cost of this work was met partly by a generous donation from Heritage Lottery Fund, and partly by a large number of contributions from individuals and corporate bodies. The unique sound of this organ, enhanced by the church’s ravishingly radiant and resonant acoustics, is widely known through numerous recordings and radio broadcasts from St Michael’s. Following the 2010 restoration, The Organ journal declared the instrument to be “one of the very finest in any London church”.

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Monday

Choral Evensong

Every Monday at 6 p.m. for 50m

St Michael Cornhill,
St Michael's Alley,
London,

Our aim is to glorify Jesus Christ by making him known through the hearing of God's word in the context of excellent quality traditional choral services.

Beautiful architecture.
Uplifting choral music of the past hundred years, sung by the choir of St Michael’s.
Traditional words from the Book of Common Prayer (1662).
Organ music played on the historic Grand Organ.
A short and intelligent sermon.

For 50 minutes, leave behind the pressures of the outside world. This ancient church is a place of peace and inspiration.

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