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Welcome to St Dunstan-in-the-West

St Dunstan’s is open between 11.00am & 2.00pm Monday-Friday.

There will continue to be  a regular celebration of Mass at 12.30pm every Tuesday to which all are cordially invited. These services are open to members of the public in person and are also being live-streamed using Zoom.  For an invitation to to join the Zoom ‘meeting’ please contact  by midday on the day in question. This service is about half an hour in length and includes a short address.

The next celebration of Mass will be on Tuesday 2nd March at 12.30pm.

St Dunstan’s is a noted concert venue with performances at lunchtime on (some but not all) Wednesdays and Fridays . Concerts will resume as soon as pandemic regulations permit.

LENT 2021

‘Lent with the Latin Doctor’: an online book group on the Confessions of Saint Augustine of Hippo

Across five sessions, we will be guided through this classic of Western spirituality. Confessions is really the first example of spiritual autobiography and is still in print some 1,600 years after it was written – and for good reason. It is a book which is at once both accessible and compelling; historical but also right up to date. It is also not overly long, so it should be quite manageable to read the chapters week by week.

No prior knowledge is required, & the sessions will be fully guided by the clergy.

They will be held from 6pm to 7.15pm on:

    • Tuesday 23rd February (chapters 1 to 3)
    • Tuesday 2nd March (chapters 4 to 6)
    • Tuesday 9th March (chapters 7 and 8)
    • Tuesday 16th March (chapters 9 and 10)
    • Monday 22nd March (chapters 11 to 13)

Each will begin with the Angelus followed by Evening Prayer from this link:

For the link to the meeting, please email Father James Wilkinson:

There are many translations available, but most easily accessible in paperback and e book are those published by Oxford Worlds Classics, translated by H Chadwick (ISBN 0199537828) and Penguin Classics, translated by RS Pine-Coffin (ISBN 9780140441147).

NOTICE IS GIVEN that we are applying to the Consistory Court of the Diocese for permission to carry out the following:
Revision of the proposal to insert a glazed screen into the vestry to create a church office. The revised proposal forms an office on the upper landing of the eastern staircase. The work would include dismantling to store a section of the cast-iron balustrade, the removal of the weight pocket for the clock, extending the floorplate of the landing over the rise of the staircase and enclosing the first-floor space with a timber-framed glazed partition.
Copies of the relevant plans and documents may be examined at: The Administrative Office, Guild Church of St Dunstan-in-the-West, 184A Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HR
If you wish to object to any of the works or proposals you should send a letter or email stating the grounds of your objection to:
THE DIOCESAN REGISTRAR, Birketts LLP, 106 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 4AA or so that your letter/email reaches the registrar not later than 6 March 2021

This historic church, an Anglican Guild Church in the City of London proclaiming the glory of God in Jesus Christ and serving the local working community and touristsprovides a haven for private prayer in the midst of the city’s bustle. It was first founded around 1000 AD, and the present building has stood on Fleet Street for 180 years.

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We welcome our brothers and sisters of the Romanian Orthodox Church (La Biserica Ortodoxã Românã din Londra – Parohía Românã Sf Gheorghe/St Dunstan) and members of the Romanian community in London, for whom St Dunstan’s has been the spiritual home for over 50 years.  Please note that at present Romanian Orthodox services are being held at St Mary le Strand while St Dunstan’s undergoes significant infrastructural refurbishment.

Our sixteenth century statue of Queen Elizabeth I can be seen above the porch in our churchyard. The statues of King Lud and his sons are under the porch.


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Patronal Festival 2019: The Dean of Westminster

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2017: the Guild Vicar’s Sermon

The Archdeacon’s Sermon for the Licensing of Fr Barry Orford

St Dunstan-in-the-West on film

‘50 Things to do in a Church’ with Michael Palin (National Churches Trust)

Crossing Cultures in Ministry (USPG)

St Dunstan’s has a noble history of inclusivity and variety. Luminaries of the Christian tradition played their part in the first thousand years of this church’s life. Now we rejoice in being a centre of ecumenical encounter, dialogue and hospitality, where prayer for the unity of the Church is at the heart of our mission.

May the Spirit who hovered over the waters when the world was created breathe into you the life He gives.

May the Spirit who overshadowed the Virgin when the eternal Son came among us make you joyful in the service of the Lord.

May the Spirit who set the Church on fire upon the Day of Pentecost bring the world alive with the love of the risen Christ.