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
East London Vicar who engages with artists, the Revd Julia Porter-Pryce, has been installed as a Prebendary at St Paul’s Cathedral.
Former Area Dean of Islington, the Revd Jonathan Brewster has been installed as Residentiary Canon Treasurer at St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Southwood Garden at St James’s Church Piccadilly has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world.
The Acting Bishop of London has opened and blessed the new building extension at Christ Church Bentinck CE Primary School.
The former Bishop of London, and the Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal, Dr Richard Chartres, recently installed two new Canons in a service at St James Palace that was attended by over 140 people.
Helping local churches to engage faithfully and effectively with issues of money, debt and credit in their communities.
An ongoing course which provides all spiritual directors with an opportunity for direct reflection on the practice of our craft.
Join us for fun, food and dancing with professional callers at our annual Barn Dance. Profits will be donated to The Passage.
Part of a series of autumn lectures marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Neville Lawrence OBE talks to Revd Rose Hudson Wilkin Topic: ‘How you cope with atrocity’
The ongoing Friday programme resumes in October with a very rich series of workshops for spiritual directors
A day to playfully and prayerfully consider God’s invitation to play.
Choral Mattins with wet fish display by kind donation of the Billingsgate Market traders and fishmongers
The Poetry and Book Club will be a relaxed space for insight, inspiration, support and friendship for spiritual directors.
Part of a series of autumn lectures marking the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.