St Margaret’s Church

St. Margaret’s, known as ‘the Church on Parliament Square’, is a 12th-century church next to Westminster Abbey. It’s also sometimes called ‘the parish church of the House of Commons’.

Visiting St Margaret's

We are open for general visiting from Monday - Friday, 10.30am - 3.30pm.

Service times

16th - 22nd January 2022
Sunday, 16th January 2022
Second Sunday of Epiphany
6.00pm Holy Communion St Margaret's Church
said with hymns

Preacher: The Reverend Dr James Hawkey Canon Theologian and Almoner

Saturday, 22nd January 2022
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
St Vincent of Saragossa, deacon, first martyr of Spain, 304
8.00am Holy Communion St Margaret's Church
said
8.40am Morning Prayer St Margaret's Church
said

WORSHIPPERS ATTENDING SERVICES ENTER FREE OF CHARGE. ALL ARE WELCOME.

Coronavirus guidance

There is still some Coronavirus guidance and recommendations in place when visiting or attending services at St Margaret's Church

Updated: 16th December 2021

Coronavirus guidance at the Abbey

The future of St Margaret’s

Find out more about the current status of worship at St Margaret's as well as how the pandemic has impacted the role of the church.

The future of St Margaret's
Interior of St Margaret's Church, Westminster

St Margaret’s people

Clergy, musicians, bell-ringers, vergers and support staff – these are just some of the people running St Margaret’s.

Meet our people

Upcoming events at St Margaret's Church

How to get to St Margaret's Church

St Margaret's Church, St Margaret St, London SW1P 3JX

Underground

Westminster (Jubilee, District & Circle Lines)
St. James’s Park (District and Circle Lines)

National Rail

London Victoria (0.8 miles)
London Waterloo (0.8 miles)

Buses

Find your best journey via the Transport for London website