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St Olave is now open in July for individual prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am to 2:30pm. We hope […]

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Sunday Reflections

Sunday 5th July 2020 – 4th Sunday after Trinity Sunday This Sunday’s Meditation is by Mrs Alison Sen,LLM Matthew 11:16-19, […]

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Donations to help the work of St Olave’s will be gratefully received. Please click the button below to make a […]

Wednesday Service of Evening Prayer

Please find the most recent Wednesday’s Service of Evening Prayer by Dr Jim Harris, LLM and Reader at St Olave’s. The […]

St Olave

Open for Individual Prayer

We are very pleased to share with you that St Olave will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am – 2:30pm.

Please follow social distancing guidelines in the church if you visit, and please be aware that opening times may be subject to change.

We will be using the North Door entrance on Hart Street only, the churchyard will remain closed.

Please note there will be no toilets available.

We hope to resume public worship services in the Autumn.
Our Sunday Zoom services will continue throughout July.

Regular Services Online
Every Sunday there will be a service on ZOOM, at 11:00am.

Email rector@saintolave.com for a link to the Sunday service.  The service will last around 40 minutes, we do hope you can join us. If you are unable to join us but want us to include some specific prayers, please do get in touch.

If you would like us to light a candle on your behalf and for pastoral support please contact the rector, Rev’d Arani Sen, via email or 020 8091 3677.  We have also set up a Whatsapp support group, please email to join or for more details.

For additional ways to worship online with us, visit our Services page for details and access to weekly Sunday Reflections and a Sunday Order of Morning Prayer.

Email Fr Nick Mottershead (nick@sanctuaryinthtecity.net) for more information on online worship and resources and to be included in the mailshots.

Follow us on Twitter: @StOlaveHartSt

St OLAVE is one of the few surviving mediaeval buildings in London and the burial place of Samuel Pepys. With many links to historic City organisations, this little church is sought after as a place of spiritual encounter and refreshment.

Explore the drop-down lists in the menu bar to read about aspects of the church’s life, including services, courses and other Christian activities, concerts and recitals. If you need any more information than you find here, please get in touch by email, or find more contact information here.