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Thanksgiving Service at St Paul’s Cathedral Thanksgiving Service at St Paul’s Cathedral. Photo: Graham Lacdao / St Paul’s Cathedral

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St Paul’s Cathedral to host Annual American Thanksgiving

Each year, the Cathedral hosts a service to coincide with Thanksgiving, and invites the American community in the UK to attend

Published on November 25, 2019

A special service will take place this Thursday at St Paul's Cathedral, as the iconic central London landmark hosts its annual Thanksgiving Day ceremony.

The service begins at 11am on Thursday November 28, 2019, and all are welcome to attend. the American community in the UK is particularly welcome to visit. Entry for the service is free.

St Paul's Cathedral is located in the City of London, at St Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD. The nearest London Underground stations are St Paul's (2 minute walk) on the Central Line, Mansion House and Blackfriars (5 minute walk) on the District and Circle Lines, and Bank (7 minute walk) which is available via the Central, Northern, Waterloo and City Lines, and via the Dockland's Light Railway.

You can read Ambassador Woody Johnson's Thanksgiving Statement here.


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