“Tropic of Cancer deal with a romanticism that’s curdled into a profound and unending depression, with no manic upswings in sight to relieve the darkness. It’s all the better for being...
A night of acoustic goodness in aid of Alzheimer’s research UK. Anoushka Lucas, Russell John Swallow, Anna Byrne Tickets £5 here and on door
Service For the Beginning of Lent with Ashing and Communion. 7.30am Said Mass (finish by 8pm) 7pm Sung Mass
A new touring commission from celebrated UK contemporary folk singer/songwriters exploring the history of the role song has played in social change. From the industrial revolution, universal suffrage...
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle three members of the BBC acclaimed Transatlantic Sessions will play at St John at Bethnal Green Church as part of a unique European tour. With both...
Reverend Prebendary Alan Green, Rector of St John on Bethnal Green
St John on Bethnal Green, a grade 1 Listed Building, was designed by Sir John Soane and built between 1826 and 1828. It also contains Chris Gollon’s magnificent 14 Stations of the Cross. St John’s has been listed in The Guardian newspaper as one of the top five cultural highlights of the East End because of our mixture of spirituality and art. If you are interested in family history, read this page to see where our registers are stored.
St John on Bethnal Green is a Church of England parish church in the Diocese of London, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. It is part of the Anglo-Catholic tradition that seeks to combine dignified traditional worship with a commitment to social justice and an engagement with contemporary arts.
We are a church that is enriched by the ordination of women and unconcerned with sexual orientation!
Our main service is at 10am every Sunday, for services during the rest of the week please see the calendar.