WELCOME

A very warm welcome to the website of Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, an inclusive community in the Anglican tradition in the Church of England and Diocese of London and in the Borough and Deanery of Camden.

Emmanuel Church has stood as a beacon of God’s love and light in its prominent position alongside West End since 1897.  As a church community we would see ourselves as generously orthodox and everyone is warmly welcome at all our services and activities, irrespective of race, age, gender identity, physical ability, sexual orientation or way of life.  We rejoice in the great and wonderful diversity of God’s creation and we recognise and celebrate the beauty of God’s image uniquely revealed in one another.

This website is currently under reconstruction but we very much hope that you will come back soon and visit us here or in person.

Fr Jonathan Kester – Vicar

Fr Jonathan Kester – Vicar


COVID-19 LOCKDOWN – NOVEMBER 2020

During the current lockdown beginning on 05 November 2020 we are sadly not permitted by the Government to have public services in church. The church will, however, be open for private prayer and devotion on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 12 noon and on Sundays from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm.

The following services which will be celebrated by Fr Jonathan will be live-streamed on our Facebook page and uploaded to our You Tube Channel

For more information on daily prayer and other resources, please visit our Covid19 dedicated page.

SUNDAY SERVICES

0915 Joyful Noise Eucharist – an informal service with very young children in mind
1030 Sung Eucharist – our more formal choral service

WEEKDAY SERVICES

Monday
1930 Holy Eucharist (said)

Tuesday
1230 Holy Eucharist (said)

Wednesday
1230 Holy Eucharist (said)

Thursday
1430 Live-streamed children’s collective worship in Emmanuel School

During lockdown the clergy will continue to say the Daily Office of the Church with Morning Prayer at 9 am and Evening Prayer a 6 pm.

To join in praying the same psalms, canticles and readings that they and the wider Church of England are using, please click HERE.