Music was an important part of my family life, and I grew up in a Lutheran church back home with a strong musical tradition.
How did I get hooked at St Anne’s?
The hook was set on my very first Sunday when I:
• heard the female minister sing the Eucharistic prayer.
• read the English translation of that evening’s Bach cantata
while listening to the Sweelink ensemble – sublime.
The hook was sunk when I joined St Anne’s hospitality teams:
• the usher’s welcome table
• providing and serving refreshments
I caught the team spirit through working in two’s (or more),
and discovered a sense of belonging.
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featuring Bach’s Cantata BWV 138 Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz? Performed by City Bach Collective
24 September 6.30pm
Admission is free, but we give you the opportunity to contribute to a …
J.S.Bach Cantata BWV 150.
Part of the 22nd St Anne’s International Bach Festival.
Sunday 23 July at 6.30pm.
Lutherans in London Pilgrimage
Saturday 8 July 11am
This hour long walk will take you through the history of Lutherans in London from the Reformation to today. Enjoy the hospitality of St Anne’s Lutheran Church in London at the end …
J.S.Bach Cantata BWV 39 (The Refugee Cantata) and other German baroque music performed as in Bach’s time in a service of Lutheran Vespers.
Sunday 25 June at 6.30pm.
St. Mary at Hill, Lovat Lane, EC3R 8EE