St James’s Piccadilly has been at the heart of its community since 1684. We invite you to play your part in securing this historic place for generations to come.
As a church St James’s seeks to be a welcoming space for people to reflect, create and debate. We offer hospitality and accompaniment to people experiencing homelessness, living on low incomes, going through the gruelling asylum system or suffering from fragile mental health. For decades, St James’s has spoken out on issues close to its heart, especially those concerning refugees, asylum, LGBTQ+, earth and social justice. The church believes that part of its role in the city is to envision a more just society and a creative, open-hearted community, offering dignity and fulfilment for all regardless of background or belief.
Every year, here at St James’s Church, Piccadilly, we: