Sunday, November 17, 2013
St. Paul's Cathedral
Wonderful view at the top. Well worth the challenging climb.
People have been praying here since 604AD. Wow! This building dates from the late 1700s.
We arrived at the Cathedral around noon, and were able to participate in a service. The cathedral is the seat of the Anglican bishop of London so it was a regular Anglican communion service. I really liked the way they set it up. An area was roped off to delineate where the seating area for the service would be, but the service wasn't cut off from the tourists milling around inside the cathedral. The tourists and the worshipers were happily sharing this amazing space.
No photographs allowed to be taken inside the cathedral but there are lots of good pictures online.
Absolutely worth a visit, either in person or via the Internet.