St Olave Hart Street and St Katharine Cree: Churches with London at Heart

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Sanctuary in the City

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ST OLAVE’S is one of the few surviving mediaeval buildings in London and the burial place of Samuel Pepys. With many links to historic City organisations, this little church is sought after as a place of spiritual encounter and refreshment.

ST KATHARINE’S was built in the 17th century on earlier foundations and provides a time capsule of English history. In this architecturally unique church the message of Christ is still proclaimed in the world of today.



Two churches with one mission – to give space for grace in the 21st century. Founded many centuries ago, St Olave Hart Street and  St Katharine Cree remain centres of Christian life and worship in the heart of the City of London.





Services at St Olave’s

Sunday Holy Communion:

11.00am on the first and third Sunday of every month. There is also a children’s programme that takes place alongside this service


Tuesday Holy Communion:

12.30pm every Tuesday



Services at St Katharine’s

Thursday Holy Communion

every Thursday at 1.05pm, followed

by sandwiches


St James’s Day Service 23rd July at 6.00pm

followed by jazz band and supper