Welcome to St Simon Zelotes Church
Just off Cadogan Square, the church was designed by Joseph Peacock and built in 1859. In the Decorative style it has been described as ‘idiosyncratic’ and, by John Betjeman, ‘eccentric’. With its rich carving and warm panelling at the east end, the interior is intimate and welcoming.
At the heart of the life of the church, however, is not the building. It is our conviction that Jesus Christ is God’s magnificent gift to the world. Our aim is to know him better and make him known more widely.
Whatever your background or beliefs, whether a firm believer or just looking, we warmly invite you to St Simon’s.
The Christmas Story through paintings of the National Gallery: Friday 28 November – 6.30 for 7pm
Caroline MacDonald-Haig will give a talk at St Simon’s on the Christmas Story told through paintings exhibited at the National Gallery.
LiveTwice Carol Concert: Thursday 4 December at 6.45pm
Join the LiveTwice charity for a fundraising carol concert at St Simon’s.
RNLI Carol Service: Tuesday 9 December at 7pm
The annual RNLI Carol Service will again be held at St Simon’s.
Service of Lessons and Carols: Sunday 14 December at 6.30pm
‘Candlelit Carols’ will be the theme for this year’s St Simon’s carol service. Do join us for an excellent service, and mulled wine and mince pies.
Sermons at St Simon’s
Follow the link to hear sermons from the 6.30pm services at St Simon Zelotes.
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