Those between ages of 11 and 21 are invited to enter a video competition – coinciding with the 82nd anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill’s “Blood, toil, tears, and sweat” speech - that asks students from around the world to invoke the spirit of Britain’s wartime Prime Minister by writing and recording an inspirational speech in response to the current global challenges.
On Sept 14, the public is invited to attend "An Evening with Nick Cave," the featured event of Westminster College's 2022 Hancock Symposium, free of charge. Nick Cave has been described in The New York Times as “the most joyful, critical artist in America.” Join the Chicago-based artist, educator, and messenger when he returns to his hometown of Fulton to give a special presentation on his life and art. Expect an evening of profound and compassionate analysis. Columbia artist Kenny Greene will lead the discussion, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
On October 6-8, 2022 Join an international array of historians, diplomats, and members of the Churchill family at this conference, which will explore the difficulty and dangers of waging war and the challenges of preserving peace. The conference will be hosted at Kansas City’s National World War I Museum and Memorial with a day trip to America’s National Churchill Museum, for the 2022 Enid and R. Crosby Kemper Lecture and installation of new Churchill Fellows.
75th Anniversary of “Sinews of Peace” Speech. Learn More
Edwina Sandys' "Breakthrough" sculpture featuring sections of the Berlin Wall. Learn More
Fly into action with the RAF! Learn More
Sit back in an overstuffed chair while listening to tales of Churchill's wit and wisdom. Learn More
Intricate woodcarvings adorn the Vestry doors, reredos, baptismal and balcony of the historic Church of St. Mary. Learn More
"We are all worms, but I do believe that I am a glow-worm."
- Sir Winston Churchill Learn More
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Fulton, Missouri 65251
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, is a seventeenth-century English church located within the heart of mid-Missouri in Fulton. This church once stood in the center of London, England, where Nazi bombs gutted it during the Blitz of World War II. It is the only building in the United States designed by renowned English architect Sir Christopher Wren.
Historic church weddings offer a rich memorable experience to the wedding ceremony. With simple but elegant design, St. Mary's can accommodate many guests in a regal but beautiful atmosphere.