A church of blessing, encouragement & praise
Appointment of our Next Rector
We are currently seeking to appoint the next Rector of St Giles-in-the-Fields. We are looking for an optimistic parish priest who will help us to prioritise our opportunities for mission and ministry and define a realistic, Christ-centred path for the coming decade. To find out more and to apply, please follow the link below.
We welcome all those wishing to find God in their lives and offer solidarity in faith, rooted in an ancient and lively tradition. At St Giles being loved by God comes before where we stand in society. Our Christian faith is open to all those who seek after truth and we positively value the journey of faith within other traditions.
11:00 AM -
A reverent service of prayer, hymns and communion, accompanied by the St Giles Quartet
6:30 PM -
A traditional service of prayer and music led by the St Giles Choir
We work to make the church and its surroundings available for a wide range of community groups, local organisations and events. Some of these activities are run by outside groups who we are delighted to support. We also seek to enrich the spiritual experience of visiting St Giles by playing host to a changing calendar of music, art and cultural events.
For centuries people have come to St Giles to mark and give thanks for new life, to celebrate love and achievements, and to mourn the passing of loved ones. In this way what is most personal and communal to us can be held up to God, and comfort and strength can be found. We welcome enquiries from local families, friends and members of our congregation near and far to make use of the pastoral offices of the Church.
St Giles is a lively community with a lot going on. We know that the church means a great deal to many people, both within our congregations and beyond. We like to keep people up to date with news through regular email updates, and you can also find recent news by following the links below.
St Giles is at the heart of the west end between Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia. You can use Transport for London’s Journey Planner to find the easiest route to St Giles.
Disabled access: There is level wheelchair access to the church and a disabled toilet. The loop system is installed for people who are hard of hearing and braille materials are available for those joining worship. If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact us on the form below or speak to one of the sidesmen or churchwardens during a service.
Church Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8.30am - 5pm
Sunday: See Service Times
Office Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm