About Us

St Anne’s is a Lutheran community in the heart of London – welcoming all to share in the gifts of God’s grace and love; inviting all to hear the Good News and join together in communion at the Lord’s Table.

Worship Times

English: Every Sunday 11am with Holy Eucharist

Swahili: 1st Sunday Worship with Holy Eucharist
3rd Sunday Bible Study

St Anne's...

Multi-cultural, multi-lingual.
Inclusive hospitality.
The church which gathers.
A home to Lutherans in London.
Visitors find a home away from home.
Combines different nationalities.
Lutheran presence in the city.
We care for each other
An extended community of former members.
Our theology is the hospitality of our hearts.
Travellers come to meet, pray and praise God.
We care for each other
Draws travellers from outside of London
A congregation of the global Lutheran community
Ministry to the wayfarer.
Our house where we gather as family
Welcomes everyone to participate
What hooked me at St Anne’s Lutheran Church? Music was an important part of my family life, and I grew up in a Lutheran church back home with a strong musical tradition. How did I get hooked at St Anne’s? The hook was set on my very first Sunday when I: • heard the female minister sing the Eucharistic prayer. • read the English translation of that evening’s Bach cantata while listening to the Sweelink ensemble – sublime. The hook was sunk when I joined St Anne’s hospitality teams: • the usher’s welcome table • providing and serving refreshments I caught the team spirit through working in two’s (or more), and discovered a sense of belonging. Sarah Owens
A community with a unique ministry
Welcoming presence and pastoral care.
Spreads the Word-love as Jesus told.
One faith-all welcome.

Women of the Reformation: Overlooked Stories

Women of the Reformation: Overlooked Stories Thursday 18 May 6.30-8.30pm  Katharina von Bora, Dr. Martin Luther’s Wife. Presented by Anne Boileau,  author of Katharina Luther: Nun. Rebel. Wife. Come and meet Martin Luther’s widow  as she reminisces about her life in Saxony through ... Keep Reading

Easter Sunday Swahili Service 16 April 2pm

Haleluya! Easter celebrations in Swahili. Join us as we celebrate new life and hope through the gift of Christ. Keep Reading

Easter Sunday 16 April 11am

Hallelujah! Today we proclaim the resurrection and call the world to rejoice with us! Join us as we celebrate new life and hope through the gift of Christ. Keep Reading

Easter Vigil 15 April 8pm

In darkness of night, we receive the light of Christ and celebrate God’s continuing glory. ‘Sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.’ (Ephesians 5:14b) Keep Reading

Good Friday 14 April 11am

During this solemn service time is given for silence, prayer and reflection. As we focus on the cross, we end the service reminded of the triumph and redemption received through Christ’s death and resurrection. Keep Reading