Directory: Two Cities Area
The Two Cities Area includes the two cities of London and Westminster.
The Area includes the West End, the Palace of Westminster and many other iconic London landmarks.
This Area, which includes the two cities of London and Westminster, is under the personal pastoral care of the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres KCVO.
About the Area
Interfaith leaders from within the City of Westminster have come together to issue a statement of solidarity following this week’s attack on Westminster.
St Stephen’s Rochester Row hosts Stations of the Cross produced by local Westminster groups, which are to be blessed by the Bishop of Kensington.
A mobile exhibition celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation comes to London. The exhibition will be accompanied by Lutheran choirs and followed by a service at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
The Bishop of London speaks to the Anchorage Student church, based at the London School of Economics where he celebrated Eucharist.
St Katharine Cree, a historic church in the heart of the City of London, has been reunited with a long-lost heraldic carving, which vanished from the church decades ago.
St Mary le Strand in Westminster has begun a consultation about a possible partnership with the Museum of the Bible from Washington DC.
The Bishop of London recently joined the community of All Souls Langham Place to license Joe Ajaefobi as the Chaplain to the Nigerian Anglican Community in London.
All Hallows by the Tower gives its first live-streamed Eucharist, with the Bishop of London as President, who also awarded the St Mellitus Medal to Ken Marshall, a longstanding churchwarden.
A unique opportunity to hear the Gospel of Mark in its entirety by David Suchet at St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Gospel of Matthew by Candlelight, presented by George Dillon
Please join us for a Christian Social and Political Thought lecture by Dr David Grumett from the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh
Lord Dubs in Conversation with Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin Topic: ‘Unaccompanied Child refugees: 1939 and the present’
God does not send us suffering; or even desire it. But often it is in suffering that we, and our directees, find a deeper trust in God.
Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water) and Mary, video works by Bill Viola displayed in St Paul’s, have proven controversial. We explore why.
“A fascinating psychological drama” (York Press) coming to St Martin’s this Easter. Presented by Riding Lights Theatre Company.
Bach – St John Passion at the Temple Church
Join us for our annual free Lunchtime Performance of The Seven Last Words from the Cross by Joseph Haydn
After a long period in Christian history when desire was frowned upon as suspect, we return to the joy of finding God in our deepest desire.
Christian Aid is looking for volunteer teachers to go into schools across London
Director of Music sought for an exciting opportunity in the heart of Harrow, one of the most diverse boroughs in the UK.
We are seeking a passionate, dynamic and experienced Children and Families Pastor to join our team.
St Paul’s Hammersmith is seeking an experienced HR professional who will scope and lead the people strategy for our staff and volunteers
This new role is part of an investment in additional resources in the Registrar’s office.
Part-time administrator, responsible for being the first port of call for this friendly, community-focused church.
Someone to coordinate our work with children & young people at this coastal church in West Sussex
Parish Coordinator sought for iconic church in the heart of Hackney.
Pastoral Assistant sought for this vibrant and inclusive church in Trafalgar Square in the Diocese of London.
Caretaker sought for growing multi-site church in Chiswick, to liaise with hirers and responsible for the set up/breakdown of each event.