St Paul’s Cathedral and Capital Youth invite you to join us for a special worship service on 31 March!
The Diocese of London and St Paul’s Cathedral are inviting all youth groups to gather at St Paul’s for an annual service under the dome, where we’ll share in Communion and celebrate all that God is doing among us.
We’re excited that the Bishop of London will be sharing God’s word and leading us in the Eucharist, with other aspects of the service led by youth workers and young people, all under the incredible dome designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Event highlights include:
The Bishop of London, Rt Revd Sarah Mullally, will be preaching and leading us in Communion
Intermission Youth Theatre will be performing an interpretation of the Gospel
HTB Youth will be leading sung worship
Youth workers will assist in serving Communion
The organ will be played and accompany the hymns
Reserve your tickets to secure a seat under the dome – all young people and youth groups welcome!
About Intermission Youth Theatre
Intermission Youth Theatre is based at St Saviour’s, a theatre church in the heart of Knightsbridge, London, established by Bishop Rob and Janine Gillion as a safe, reflective and creative space for arts.
IYT has seen more than one hundred 16-25 year olds from different nationalities, faiths and London boroughs take part in the 10-month Youth Theatre programme over the past decade. The Youth Theatre has helped them grow in confidence and raise their aspirations, enabling them to apply to university, set up their own business and seek new job opportunities.Many graduates have gone on to study at London’s leading drama schools and performed with major national theatre companies including Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), as well as in TV, commercials and films.
About HTB Youth
HTB Youth band are a group of young people who attend and lead worship at Holy Trinity Brompton, an anglican church based in London.
Photography and recording are not permitted in the Cathedral
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
Bag checking will be in operation. Please keep hand luggage to a minimum – hand bags, coats and rainwear only
Service will be open to the general public as usual for the evening service. The public will be seated at the back of the dome in unreserved seating.
Date and Time.
Sun , 31 , March ,2019 – 05:03:pm BST
Sun , 31 , March ,2019 – 07:03:pm BST
St. Paul’s Cathedral
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