Churches, Religion & Spirituality
The Buddhapadipa Temple
The first Buddhist temple in the United Kingdom, established by the London Buddhist Temple Foundation to create a centre for the dissemination of theoretical and practical Buddhist teachings. 14 Calonne Road, Wimbledon Parkside, London, SW19 5HJ.
Lewisham Church of Christ
In this church teach Bible and worship God in the same way that the first century Christians. Clarendon Rise, Lewisham, SE13 5ES.
South African Evangelical Church
Bi-lingual services every Sunday in Afrikaans and English, with regular weekend camps and conferences. 577 Kingston Road, London, SW20 8SA.
Golders Green Synagogue
A contemporary orthodox synagogue in a Grade II listed building, serving 500 member families. Regular weekday minyanim, a choice of services on Shabbat morning, and a range of educational and social activities. 41 Dunstan Road, London, NW11 8AE.
An Anglican church that meets for contemporary worship and biblical teaching on Sundays, and in small groups mid-week. Welcomes people of all ages, walks of life and all stages of the Christian journey. Mattock Lane, West Ealing, London, W13 9LA.
The seat of the Archbishop of Westminster and the Mother Church for Roman Catholics in England and Wales; a vibrant parish church and living house of prayer where Holy Mass is offered over forty times a week. 42 Francis Street, London, SW1P 1QW.
London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre
Purpose-built mosque and cultural centre with two prayer halls, a library and a reading room, with a capacity for up to 6,000 worshippers. Hosts Islamic courses and international seminars. 146 Park Road, London, NW8 7RG.
The Swedish Church in London (Ulrika Eleanora Church)
Parish communion, family services, morning prayer and services of communion. Cafe, reading room, mini shop and notice board. Open Monday to Thursday 10:00-21:00, Friday and Saturday 10:00-17:00, Sunday 13:00-21:00. 6 Harcourt Street, London, W1H 4AG
St Pauls Cathedral
The cathedral of the Diocese of London, with a daily pattern of prayer and worship and a Cathedral Choir, made up of Choristers and Vicars Choral, which sings Evensong and the Sunday Sung Eucharist. St Pauls Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD.