We are located in the busy West End of London and, as well as being the Parish Church of Covent Garden, we are also affectionately known as “The Actors’ Church” because of our long association with the theatre community.
This beautiful church built by Inigo Jones, has been here since 1633 and we are also proud to have an attractive churchyard where people can rest and find some peace and quiet in what can be a stressful and busy part of the city.
Services are held every Sunday (at 11am) and most weekdays. We also host as wide variety of theatre memorial services and concerts, totaling almost 300 events last year.
Today's Services and Events
Wednesday 8th April 2020
Join St Paul's Choir for a beautiful evening of the traditional Tenebrae. Playing at 7.30pm with a Link posted HERE Very sadly, it is not possible to hold the great Holy Week services
Mass for Maundy Thursday
Traditional Mass for Maundy Thursday at 6pm, link via Zoom HERE Very sadly, it is not possible to hold the great Holy Week services in Church. This is a profound desolation, but it cannot b
Good Friday Mass
A Mass held in St Paul's Church on Good Friday at 2pm, link posted HERE Very sadly, it is not possible to hold the great Holy Week services in Church. This is a profound desolation, bu
First Mass of Easter and Resurrection Party
A Mass of Celebration for Easter Sunday at 11am, a Zoom link will be avaliable HERE Very sadly, it is not possible to hold the great Holy Week services in Church. This is a profound desolat
Blue Earth Rises
A new composition 'Blue Earth Rises' will reveal mankind's early respect for the land to its destruction through global warming. Despite the serious message it will be an entertaining evening for all the family with the dramatic Old Turtle and the very funny Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo.
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