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
Lord Alf Dubs calls on government to honour commitment to refugee children at launch of St James’s Church, Piccadilly art work
Refugee campaigner Lord Alf Dubs launched a new provocative art installation at St James’s Church, Piccadilly, by leading war artist Arabella Doorman.
St Anne’s Church, Soho has been honoured with The President’s Award by the National Churches Trust in recognition of its stunning newly redesigned entrance.
The Co-Leader of the Green Party Jonathan Bartley will deliver the William Temple Foundation Annual Lecture at the Wellcome Institute on 22 November.
A new initiative launches today asserting the central role of music in the life of London’s churches with an online home to book concerts and rehearsals.
A national memorial service, for the Grenfell Tower survivors and families of the bereaved, will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral, at 11am on Thursday 14th December 2017.
Levi Phillips, Lead for Capital Youth, tells us about the special Eucharist and commissioning of 150 young people as Ambassadors for Christ.
Find out more about iKnow Church at our free event where you can see why churches across the UK are using iKnow Church for their admin.
A workshop for church leaders to extend our ideas about power, and to reflect theologically on power and how it is exercised.
Considering a calling to ministry as an Anglican Catholic?
A free lunchtime talk in which Sally Welch reflects on what her 20 years of going on pilgrimage has taught her.
‘Inspired to Follow: Art and the Bible Story’ is a discipleship course using fine art paintings to help people explore the Christian faith.
‘Canons, catalogues and cranks’ – Who or what intervenes in that which we think we know?
Inner Landscapes ~ an exploration of words and images. A quiet day with Romola Parish in conjunction with the Creative Arts Retreat Movement
A free lunchtime talk in which Megan Daffern explores some of what she has learnt from studying, translating and praying the Psalms.
Michael Reiss explores some of the questions that the study of evolution raises for us about the wonder of God’s world and our place in it.
Mark Oakley will introduce Thomas’ work and what it might teach us about the breadth and depth of God and our own search for him.