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Welcome to St Dunstan-in-the-West

St Dunstan’s is now open to the public both for private prayer and reflection and for services.

There is a regular celebration of Mass at 12.30pm every Tuesday to which all are cordially invited. The services 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 . This service is about half an hour in length and includes a short address. Those coming to the church in person 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. The wearing of a face covering at church services is now mandatory for congregation members. Other housekeeping notices will be given on the day.

St Dunstan’s is also open to visitors for private prayer and quiet reflection between 11.00am and 2.00pm 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.

St Dunstan’s is a noted concert venue. Lunchtime concerts take place on most (but not all) Wednesdays and Fridays. The next lunchtime concert at St Dunstan’s will take place at 1.15pm on Friday 30th October when Adam Parrish will give an organ recital. All welcome. Free Admission.

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.