What's on

A Sanctuary on the Strand, St Mary le Strand is an inspirational and peaceful place for Christian worship. An inclusive church we welcome and serve everyone. We celebrate every person and don’t discriminate on grounds of race, identity, gender, or sexuality. We are truly ‘open to God and open to all’.

See below for 'What's On' as part of our Public and Cultural Programme and our Special Events and Church Services.

Tuesday in Holy Week

Tuesday 12th April – Eucharist @ 1pm (Anna’s Story)

Wednesday in Holy Week

Sung Eucharist for Holy Week with the next instalment in the series of stories of The Women of Holy Week

Maundy Thursday

Eucharist for Maundy Thursday with the next story in the series of the Women of Holy Week

Good Friday

Good Friday Liturgy with the next story in the series of the Women of Holy Week

Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday – online service only – Prayer During the Day (Mary Magdalene’s Story)
YouTube link to follow

Easter Day

Sung Festal Eucharist for Easter Day

Walk in Epping Forest

Come an enjoy a 5 mile walk in Epping Forest in the middle of May concluding with an optional pub lunch.


Strand Community Choir

St Mary le Strand Strand, London, Greater London

Strand Community Choir Spring launch - Open to All
Click more details for how to sign up...


Healing Sounds – music for reflection and meditation

How do you cope when things are changing so fast? How can you create space in which to find calm and peace? Join us to listen to music curated by Somerset House residents, chosen to provide some space to reflect in the amazing acoustic environment of St Mary Le Strand.

Hidden Gems Concert Series curated by Anna Ovsyanikova

Five musicians come together for an evening of music for violin, cello, flute and piano in different combinations! Hidden Gems is a new concert series curated by Violinist Anna Ovsyanikova Tickets via eventbrite (click event name above for more details and link to eventbrite) Including works by: Shostakovich; Crickboom; Chopin; Skyoyk; Rachmaninov; Liszt; Clara and Robert Schumann.