Welcome to the website of the French Protestant Church of London
We are delighted to welcome you for worship on Sunday at 11am, with a celebration of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.
If someone told me that the world was to end tomorrow, I would go and plant an apple tree, may have said Martin Luther: a phrase that says that the world seems to end, and yet there is still room for a decision, for a new beginning.
We are searching for a new understanding of those new beginnings that are offered to us, in our lives and in the face of the challenges of this world, in order to live dignified lives and to fight for the dignity of all.
Whatever your beliefs, your faith, your doubts and your questions, you will always be welcome to share the moments of listening, prayer and reflection at the Soho Square temple.
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.