St Anne’s, Soho

In many ways we are a typical Church of England parish. Our main weekly service is Holy Communion at 11am on Sundays. We use modern language Common Worship. Once a month, we try particularly hard to make the service more accessible to children. We try to be a place of quiet and welcome and to make our services welcoming, straightforward and reflective.

We have a small, modern, wheelchair-accessible church building which was rededicated in 1991 after our original church building was destroyed by a bomb in the Second World War. The 1803 tower still stands and you can see it from our gardens in Wardour Street. We have a modern community hall, a panelled first floor room (the Allen Room) and a room in our tower which are available for hire.

The entrance to the church is on Dean Street, a few metres from Shaftesbury Avenue.

You are very welcome to be with us, whoever you are. Our existing congregation is a great mix of people, from Soho and beyond. We have that great mix of ages, degrees of mobility, backgrounds, sexualities, “churchmanship”, interests and theology that makes the Church strong… How could we be anything else in Soho?


St Anne’s, Soho


Westminster St Margaret




55 Dean Street, London, W1D 6AF

Details of main services

11.00 Holy Communion (Second Sunday: Family Communion)

Contact person

Rev’d Simon Buckley

Telephone number(s)

07964 403368




Piccadilly Circus station


14, 19, 38

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