Local Services

Places of Worship

Parish of Saint Luke

Address
Sydney Street London Chelsea
SW3 6NH
Contact
0207 351 6133
Website
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St Luke’s and Christ Church – One parish, two churches, giving heart and soul to the Chelsea community.
Welcome to the website of our parish. As you will see we are two churches in one parish giving heart and soul to the Chelsea community. In worship and in service we aim to be inclusive, lively and enquiring followers of Jesus Christ.
The life of our parish is diverse and we very much hope that you will wish to be part of it. Our churches are open for you to rest, pray, think or light a candle. The website aims to give you a flavour of our common life.
The clergy are always happy to receive your enquiries and to be available for your needs. Whoever you are, whatever your story, you are most welcome here in the parish of St Luke and Christ Church, Chelsea.

SPEAR at St.Johns Church

Address
461-463 Kings Road Chelsea
SW10 0LU
Contact
0207 352 1675
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Over the past decade, Spear has helped over 2,500 young people into employment or education. Since Spear was launched in Hammersmith in 2004, we have grown to eight centres across London, working with over 750 young people each year. We have ambitious expansion plans for the years ahead.  Preparing Young People The Spear course is our pre-employment training programme.  
Spear equips young people with the hard skills they need to find a job, including CV writing and interview training
Our approach also tackles the attitudinal and behavioural issues that employers cite as major barriers to long-term success in their young recruits
Each Spear attendee leaves with increased confidence, skills to find work and a City & Guilds Level 1 Qualification in Customer Service.
  Ten years ago Spear started in West London with one small class of five students. Of those who graduate from the course, 75% are still in employment or training a year later. Equipping Employers Our experienced recruitment team work with forward-thinking businesses to place Spear candidates – those who have shown particularly strong aptitude, attitude and motivation – into suitable vacancies. We are experts in coaching, helping employers create a culture where entry-level staff grow and achieve their full potential:  
Entry-level employees receive in-work coaching
Their managers receive training to equip them with coaching tools to tackle performance issues, enhance motivation and improve staff retention.
We are a trusted partner for many businesses as they seek to build teams that are diverse, motivated and high-performing from the ground up. Spear’s end-to-end service supports your business every step of the way. Spear won the 2015 ERSA Youth Employment award for our ‘exceptional commitment to delivery employment services to young people’. Spear was also a Guardian Charity Awards 2013 winner.

Servite Church Our Lady of Dolours RC Church

Address
264 Fulham Road Chelsea
SW10 9EL
Contact
0207 352 6965
Website
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WELCOME TO THE SERVITE PARISH
The Parish of Our Lady of Dolours is part of the Westminster RC Diocese and in the pastoral care of the Servite Friars.
Welcome to our website, we hope you enjoy your visit.
About the Parish
This parish stretches from the River Thames in Chelsea to Old Brompton Road is part of the Roman Catholic Westminster Diocese.
Servite Friars
Our Lady of Dolours Servite church is under the pastoral care of the Servite Friars, since its beginning in 1864. For information on the Servite Friars, click here.   
The Servite Community in residence consists of four friars, Frs. Pat Ryall, OSM (Prior), Allan Satur, OSM, Philip Allen, OSM and Chris O’Brien, OSM. Fr. Allan is a Catholic Chaplain at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Parish History
The parish is steeped in history and to find out more about its rich history, click here.   
Parish Today
Fr Pat Ryall OSM is the parish priest assisted by Fr Chris O’Brien OSM. The parish today has evolved into a community of many races and nationalities. There are more than 30 parish groups that belong to the parish.

Chelsea Old Church

Address
Old Church Street Chelsea London
SW3 5LT
Contact
0207 795 1019
www.chelseaoldchurch.org.uk
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The Church
 
Chelsea Old Church is a parish in the Diocese of London which is part of the Church of England. It is located on the corner of  Old Church Street (SW3 5DQ) and the Embankment.
The Parish Office, 64 Cheyne Walk, SW3 5LT, entrance at the back of the Church. Contact from 9.30am.-2.00pm. Tuesday to Friday

Chelsea Methodist Church

Address
155A Kings Road London
SW3 5TX
Contact
0207 352 9305
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Here on the busy Kings Road, our aim is to offer an active community of hospitality, prayer and conversations, for wherever you happen to be on your spiritual journey.
The Church Pastoral Centre is open every weekday with a variety of activities, for young and old, for the homeless and those searching for rest.
Church services take place on Sundays from 11am.

St.Mary's Roman Catholic Church

Address
Cadogan Street London Chelsea
SW3 2QR
Contact
0207 589 5487
Website
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Our parish of St Mary’s Cadogan Street is one of the oldest Roman Catholic parishes in Central London. Priests and people have met and offered Mass in various buildings around the parish since 1794. The church, rectory, almshouses and schools are only 4 minutes from Sloane Square and the underground station. Our area is filled with people both local and international. Many people have lived here all their lives but they are joined by a large number of people from other parts of Europe, the USA, the Philippines and people from South America and Africa. In fact the parish has a truly international feel about it.
Worship at St Mary’s is never dull. The Sunday masses are always offered with reverence but the style does vary. There is a relaxed 10am Mass where families squeeze in together with their buggies and children’s scooters, a more reflective Sung Mass filled primarily with young adults at 6.30pm and the Solemn Mass with its Latin chants and settings, sung by our totally volunteer Latin Choir at 11.30am;  add to these a simple vigil Mass at 6.30pm on Saturday and you will realise that here is a church for anyone and everyone.

Our Most Holy Redeemer

Address
7 Cheyne Row London Chelsea
SW3 5HS
Contact
0207 352 0777
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Welcome to the Church and Parish of Our Most Holy Redeemer & St. Thomas More in Chelsea, within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Westminster.  Our parish community is very diverse, as might be expected of a central London parish.  As well as our well-established parishioners, we have a high proportion of young families and young adults.  We strive to offer a welcome to those who move into the area for short or long periods, as well as those who visit us while in London on holiday.  We are committed to promoting the growth in the faith of all members of our community. 

Central Gurdwara( Khalsa Jatha)

Address
62 Queensdale Road London
W11 4SG
Contact
0207 603 2789
Website
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Welcome to the Central Gurdwara
(Khalsa Jatha) London, the oldest
established Sikh place of worship
in Europe.
Celebrating 100 years
1908-2008

St. Saviours Church

Address
Walton Street Chelsea London
SW3 1SA
Contact
0207 823 8979
Website
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St Saviour’s Church is the most beautiful building in the heart of Knightsbridge, that offers a sense of peace and tranquility to it’s community and passers by. First erected in 1840, the Church continues to be a beacon of light, and has not been been afraid of change to serve our ever changing world today.

St.Mary Abbots Church

Address
Kensington Church Street Kensington
W8 4LA
Contact
0207 937 5136
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We are transforming St Mary Abbots Church, so it can continue to support the heart of Kensington for generations to come.  Once we have built the kitchen and toilets (including disabled and baby changing facilities) the church will be a more comfortable place to worship, a more welcoming place to visit and a practical place to gather the Kensington community.
 
Our magnificent font will be repaired and re-positioned, as befits the importance of baptism and the prominent role of children within our church.  An area will be cleared, creating opportunities to gather after services and an accessible, single level, space for use by other groups in the Kensington community.  We will also create a glass lobby at the West Door, keeping the wooden doors open, bringing in daylight and showing our doors are open to all.