Details of services during Holy Week (including Easter Day) can be found by clicking here.
2014 is our Bicentenary year! And we’re celebrating in style, with a host of events and projects to mark our 200th anniversary. Click on the logo above (or on the link in the sidebar) to visit the new Bicentenary section of our website, where you can find full details of everything that’s happening in this very special year.
St John’s Wood Church is next to Lord’s Cricket Ground, and just to the north of Regent’s Park. As a parish church of the Church of England, we feel a strong sense of responsibility to the community around us. We try to worship God with the best that we can offer, in services that are well-ordered but accessible: we are known for our music, and for a tradition of thoughtful and intelligent preaching and teaching.
Our congregations are diverse in every way, and while most of them live locally, they represent a great variety of backgrounds and nationalities, as well as the whole range of ages. We enjoy working with other churches in the area, and, placed as we are opposite the London Central Mosque, and near three synagogues of differing Jewish traditions, we can hardly avoid the challenges and rewards of encounter and friendship with those of other faiths.
We are open every day (with very rare exceptions) from early morning to late afternoon, so you can simply walk in, and look around, and be still, and pray. You are welcome to this website, which will tell you more about us, and our services and activities. You will be even more welcome at the church itself.
St John’s Wood Church exists:
to the glory and worship of God,
to build up and care for God’s people,
and to show the love of Jesus Christ to the people of this part of London.