St Edmund - St Mary - St Clement


    The ancient churches of St Edmund the King, St Mary Woolnoth and St Clement Eastcheap are located in the City of London and are part of the Diocese of London and the Church of England.

The churches have rich histories due to their location, yet they still play a vital role in the City of London today. While providing weekly services for people working in the City, they are also home to various ministries of the Diocese of London and continue to fulfill their roles as places of worship and mission.

What's On

We would love to welcome you to the following services during the week:



St Edmund the King


Wednesday morning prayer at 9:15am during term time, with Holy Communion on the first Wednesday of every month.

IMPRINT London is launching on Sunday 8th September and will meet each Sunday at St Edmund the King.

St Mary Woolnoth

Tuesday: 12:30-13:00 - Holy Communion (Common Worship)

Thursday: 12:50-14:00 - Informal Worship Service (please feel free to come and go as you please)

St Edmund the King is open from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 15:00 during term time (expect on course days/events when the church is closed to visitors).

St Mary Woolnoth is open from 07:00 to 17:00. Everyone is welcome to visit for prayer, quiet reflection or simply to enjoy the peace.

For more information visit


Our Work



Amos Trust

The Gregory Centre for Church Multiplication exists to encourage the growing church planting movement in London, England and beyond. Led by Bishop Ric Thorpe, the team supports leaders and churches to start new worshipping communities, grow congregations in depth and breadth, and explore pioneer and estates ministries. The team are based at St Edmund the King.

The London Centre for Spiritual Direction provides resources and support for all those interested in Christian spiritual direction. The Centre works with those looking for a Spiritual Director, or exploring their faith formation. Alongside this it also offers training and development opportunities for new and established spiritual directors. The offices are located at St Edmund the King.

The Amos Trust is a small, creative human rights organisation, committed to challenging injustice, building hope and creating positive change. Amos Trust partners with vibrant grass-roots projects around the world that have unique local experience, expertise and connections. The offices are based at St Clement Eastcheap.  


St Mary Woolnoth


St Mary Woolnoth,

Lombard Street,



Bank Station (Exit 6)


020 7726 4878

St Clement Eastcheap

St Clement,

1 St Clement Court,



St Edmund the King


St Edmund the King,

60 Lombard St,



For a full history of the churches click here