There is centuries of history to learn about at St Stephen Walbrook. In fact it was listed by Nicholas Pevsner as one of the top ten most important buildings in England. Beyond the charming history of its origin, the church has also hosted many marriages, and it wants you to become part of its history too.
If you want to learn more, why not check out their brochure.
St Stephen Walbrook: A place of celebration
St Stephen Walbrook Church, Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, has been described as one of the ten most important buildings in England. The main space is crowned by the first dome to be built in the UK (it predates St Paul's Cathedral).
The interior, which was substantially reordered in the 1980s is focussed around a central stone altar, carved by Henry Moore in travertine marble which stands on a beautiful white marble floor surrounded by Circular pews which are removable.
The main space can accommodate a number of event formats including drinks reception for 200 guests or a seated dinner for up to 80 guests around the magnificent circular altar.
Below the church is a small crypt with brick arches which was the birthplace of The Samaritans, the world's first telephone helpline. The ministry of the church continues to focus on wellbeing and mental health today.
Located by Bank Station St Stephen Walbrook is a hidden gem within the city perfect for events and celebrations.
Seated Dinner capacity - 80 guests
Standing Reception capacity - 200 guests
Wedding Ceremony only - 260 guests
Wedding Ceremony & drinks reception - 150 guests
St Stephen Walbrook have an incredible suppliers list. Why not pop them an enquiry form to find out more.
If you wish to marry at St Stephen Walbrook because of its wonderful location and stunning architecture, there are some formalities that need to be observed to meet the qualifications of marrying at the church that depend upon which parish you belong too due to The Church of England laws. Why not pop St Stephen Walbrook an enquiry form to find out how you can get married there.
For those wanting to capture their wedding day, professional photography is permitted within the church during the service by agreement of the Priest-in Charge.
Video and audio recording is permitted only with written permission, and it is best to get in contact with the team at St Stephens Walbrook to discuss how you want to capture your wedding day and how they can best accommodate.
If you believe St Stephen Walbrook is a church venue that will stay with you for life, be sure to get in contact using the details below.Address
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