St Mary Woolnoth
Suitable for concerts and rehearsals and small meetings
Located in the very epicenter of the City of London by the Bank of England, St Mary Woolnoth is architecturally and historically one of the most significant churches in London, built by Nicolas Hawksmoore and most famously ministered in by John Newton, the author of the famous hymn Amazing Grace. The interior of this church retains original features such as the pulpit, working organ and pews and is ideally suited to concerts and rehearsals. It seats 100 and has a simple sound system. It has two loos. Unfortunately this church does not yet have disabled access.
Available rooms for hire
The Church Nave: Seats 100
The Vestry: Seats 8 around a table
The Holland Room: Seats up to 12 in sofas and padded chairs