Further to announcements yesterday (Tuesday 23rd June 2020) by the government and Bishop of London, church buildings will be able to reopen for public worship from 4th July provided physical distancing remains in place, St Dunstan’s looks forward to re-stablishing its traditional pattern of worship as quickly as possible.
Mass on Tuesday 7th July (at 12.30pm) will be open to all wishing to attend in person. The service will also be transmitted via Zoom for those unable to be present at St Dunstan's. For an invitation to to join the Zoom 'meeting' please contact [email protected] .Those coming to the church for the service are asked to come straight in and sit down in one of the designated places. Please do not congregate inside the doorway. Other housekeeping notices will be given on the day.
At present we are expressly forbidden from presenting publicly attended concerts. As soon as this ruling changes we will re-start our Wednesday and Friday lunchtime concert series.
In the meantime, St Dunstan’s will continue to be open, as it has been since 15th June, for private prayer and quiet reflection between 11.00am and 3.00pm Monday – Friday. As life returns to a semblance of normality in Fleet Street and its environs, we look forward to welcoming back those who live and work in the area as well as those passing by.