Welcome to the Lombard Street churches

Located in the City of London, the ancient churches of St Mary Woolnoth, St Edmund the King and St Clement Eastcheap have rich histories yet still play a vital role 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.

We would love to welcome you to one of our services during the week

 
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WHAT’S ON

St Mary Woolnoth

Visitor hours

The Parish is open to the public Tuesdays to Thursdays, 8 am till 4 pm

Services

Information about services in the autumn of 2021 will be coming soon.

For more information on other services in the area, see the Lothbury and Woolnoth website.

WHAT’S ON

St Edmund the King

Visitor hours

The garden at St Edmund the King is open Tuesdays to Thursdays, 10 am till 4 pm.

Services

There is a small informal service open to the public on Wednesdays at 9:15 am.
 

IMPRINT LONDON meet every Sunday at 2 pm and 5 pm or online at 5 pm on IMPRINT TV (YouTube). Please book your ticket to attend.

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WHAT’S ON

St Clement Eastcheap

Visitor hours

More information about opening times coming soon.

Services

Every Tuesday at 5:00pm Amos Trust come together for Words Of Hope — 30 minutes of quiet, creative reflection. This takes place at St Clements Church occasionally but more typically, they meet on Zoom.

Our work

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Place of prayer

St Mary Woolnoth is a place of prayer for individuals, for the City and for London.  

 

If the Lord be with us, we have no cause of fear. His eye is upon us, His arm over us, His ear open to our prayer - His grace sufficient, His promise unchangeable.”    
- John Newton

 

St Mary Woolnoth is open mid-week during office hours for quiet prayer.  We would love to pray for you if you would like. Personal prayer can be received during Wednesday lunches 12:30-1:30pm, by sitting in the front pew.  

 

Prayer & worship meetings will be announced on this website.

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Embassy of
Amazing Grace

Lombard Street has long been known as the banking street of London and for centuries hosted the headquarters of many historic banking institutions.  This strategic position at the intersection of trade has given St Mary Woolnoth and St Edmund the King, the churches in Lombard Street, a platform to speak..

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A home for charities and church start-ups

St Edmund's,  St Mary's and St Clement's have hosted different organisations over the years. Currently, 3 charities make the Lombard Churches their home:
 

The Gregory Centre for Church Multiplication (CCX) supports leaders, church teams and diocese across London, England and beyond as they multiply disciples, churches and networks.

Imprint church meets at St Edmund's on Sundays and during the week. 

Amos trust is a small creative human rights organisation.

 

St Mary Woolnoth

 

Lombard Street

London

EC3V 9AN

Bank station (exit 6)

Website

St Edmund King and Martyr

60 Lombard Street

London

EC3V 9EA

St Clement Eastcheap

1 St Clement Court

London

EC4N 7HB