St John's Waterloo with St Andrew
St John the Evangelist, the church by the roundabout at Waterloo, aims to be an inclusive church. We believe that Jesus calls us to welcome everyone.
In the midst of our (usually) hectic city, we provide sanctuary, contemplation and spiritual enrichment. In the face of social injustice and deep need, we respond with action.
Our worship is in the Anglican catholic tradition. Our congregation is made up of LGBTI+ people, married people, single people, children and adults. We also offer a warm welcome to students studying in London. We have people from the UK, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Germany, the USA, Australia, Malaysia and many other places. We are strong supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement and want to be sure that everyone is heard and valued, reflecting God's love for all.
Through our charity, The Bridge at Waterloo, we provide therapy, counselling, creative activities, employment and resilience training for homeless people, young people and other local people for whom life's challenges are now even more acute.
Please visit our website to find out more: