Inspired to Follow: Art and the Bible Story/today, 2pm, Zoom meeting. Session 1 based on National Gallery’s ‘Sin’ exhibition. Click here to register.

C-Club/today, 4-5pm on Zoom. Superheroes Party, 31 October 5-6pm on Zoom. For more information, email

Theology Group/today, 4pm, Zoom – click here to register. An opportunity to reflect theologically on issues of today and questions of forever with Sam Wells, who will be responding to questions from Eugene Ling.

Autumn Lecture Series ‘In What Do We Trust?’ Neil MacGregor (12 Oct) and Paula Gooder (2 Nov). Limited seating in church is available to book, except for Rowan Williams’ lecture; all will be livestreamed on our Facebook page. Click here for more information.

Annual Meeting of Parishioners and Annual Parochial Church Meeting/Thursday 22 October, 7pm. These meetings will be held on Zoom, for those who do not have internet access the Austen Williams Room will be available to use. The APCM votes in new members of the PCC (the elected governing council of the church), approves the PCC Accounts and other reports. Please click here to read a message from Revd Dr Sam Wells with more information, including on standing for election as Church Warden and other positions. The electoral roll has now been published electronically and in church. Please email with any questions.

Bread for the World/Wednesday 14 October, 6.30pm, online and in church. This week, Alasdair MacKenzie from London Prison Mission will be speaking about the situations in UK prisons. This is part of Prisons Week. To access the zoom lectio groups email Christian at

Telling Encounters: Stories of Disability, Faith, Church & God/Saturday 17 October, 10am-4.30pm, Zoom. Our 9th annual conference on disability and church. It’s a partnership between St Martin-in-the-Fields & Inclusive Church, this year hosted by HeartEdge. It’s a space for disabled people to resource each other and the church. Click here to register.

A Day with Richard Carter/ Saturday 17 October from 11.00am-4.00pm. A quiet day of contemplative prayer, reflection and silence for the World Community for Christian Meditation. The day will be based around the contemporary rule of life of the Nazareth community – silence, service, scripture, sacrament, sharing, Sabbath and staying with. Richard will be reflecting upon how this simple rule of life has helped provide structure, meaning and hope during this time of the pandemic. There are limited places to attend in person but plenty of places online. To register, please click here.

Trustee and Secretary Vacancy at the Friends of the Connection. Please click here for the advert, and click here for the role description.

Global Carols/Sunday 6 December. A celebration of Christmas traditions from around the world. If you would like to take part in this service please email

Media and Wider Ministry
Revd Sally Hitchiner will be on Times Radio on Tuesday 13 October from 9.00-9.30am reviewing the newspapers.