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
St Mary Magdalene’s, a historic church in Paddington, has become the only church in London to be shortlisted for a new £10,000 grant from the National Churches Trust.
A Westminster church will expand its work in the community thanks to a grant from the Evening Standard’s Dispossessed Fund.
Lucy Newman Cleeve reports on the Stations of the Cross at St Stephen Walbrook and its follow-up Stations of the Resurrection at St Paul’s Cathedral.
St Paul’s staff love to welcome parishes to the Cathedral, and there are lots of ways for to take advantage of what is on offer.
A joint historical meeting of the London and Southwark Company of Servers is held for Companions to learn and network together in the union of Christ.
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.
Discuss growing a new congregation and engaging with working people.
Coming straight from Jerusalem, Les Colombes is a multimedia installation by German artist Michael Pendry – featuring 2000 white paper doves
The Rt Hon Lord Boateng ‘in conversation’ with Revd Rose Hudson Wilkin.
It can be the boundaries within which we find our deepest identity and fullest life.
At Pentecost we will explore what happens when we take the Holy Spirit seriously with The Revd Dr Kate Coleman and Dr Paula Gooder.
Discuss growing a new congregation, engaging with music lovers, and using music in mission.
Please join us for a Christian Social and Political Thought lecture by the Ven. Elizabeth Adekunle, Archdeacon of Hackney.
Food-themed programme of choral music, including world première written for the choir. Interval and refreshments.
As recently seen singing live on ‘Good Morning Britain’! Join the Met Police Choir for an evening of superb music.
Mark Oakley will explore the spiritual adventure of language in Shakespeare’s The Tempest. He will delve into the text and its challenges.