The move announced on 23rd August was made by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England. The upgrade to Grade II* means the site is particularly important as opposed to just of special interest which the Grade II listing means. Only 5.8% of the listed…
Whoever you are, whatever you believe or are seeking, welcome to the site of the French Protestant church in Soho.
Whether you are planning to come and live in London, have been here for some time or are just visiting, it will be our pleasure to welcome you to Soho for a Sunday service or any other activity offered by our community.
We hold a service in French every Sunday at 11 a.m. throughout the year and celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month. Once again, you will always be welcome.
On June 10th, as part of of Still Reforming, a year-long series of events in London to mark the quincentenary of the Reformation, Tessa Murdoch, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Barbara Julien, Huguenot Society, led an evening of celebration on the contribution of French Huguenots to British society. Barbara Julien (here pictured with the…
After 467 years of presence on British soil, the French Protestant Church has finally decided to go bilingual and invest in a brand new English version of its website! We hope that we will now see people flocking to our website and that we shall not disappoint you! Enjoy browsing, All the best from the…
On June the 10th Dr Tessa Murdoch, from the Victoria and Albert Museum, led a full day of celebration beginning very early on with a Huguenot walk in Soho and ending in the evening by a conversation with Barbara Julien, Huguenot Society, on the contribution of French Huguenots to British society. This event attracted many…
Concerts, conferences, theatre, exhibitions, we regularly host or organize cultural events at the French Protestant Church. We are pleased to open to the public this little-known jewel. Visits are organised by special arrangements only.
This temple is the direct descendant of churches of the Refuge established in England as early as 1550. In addition to its architectural interest it is a repository for five centuries of history through the archives and books kept in its library.
A major and necessary renovation project is under way to restore the Soho church to its former splendour and its double role as a place of worship and cultural centre, witness to a unique heritage dating back to the 16th century.
Organise your events in a historical setting in the heart of London: hire the church for your concerts, lectures or plays, or the lower ground floor for meetings, meals or rehearsals in a space especially designed to be functional and flexible.