All Saints Margaret Street

All Saints Margaret Street, London

All Saints Margaret Street
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7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
Two minutes from Oxford Circus, All Saints Margaret Street has been serving God and people in the heart of London for over 160 years: its ministry of worship and prayer, pastoral care and spiritual counsel, preaching and teaching; and its glorious building - a priceless hidden gem worth taking a short detour to see while visiting central London. We very much hope that you will come and visit us - we are generally open seven days a week from 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday - so you can pop in to pray; light a candle or attend one of the three daily Masses (8am, 1.10pm and 6.30pm). Special arrangements apply on Saturday - when we open at 11am - and Bank Holidays when only the lunchtime 12 noon Mass takes place).
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The area
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Neighbourhood: Fitzrovia
This sophisticated and sociable slice of Central London is a shopper’s paradise, offering the latest fashions, gadgets, and souvenirs. Fitzrovia is conveniently located between the major retail thoroughfares of Regent Street to the west and Tottenham Court Road to the east, with a handful of well connected Tube stations dotted around the area for easy transport. This neighbourhood is a favorite among foodies as well, with an impressive number of quality restaurants, pubs, cafes and food shops vying for your patronage – especially along Charlotte Street and near Goodge Street Station.
How to get there
  • Oxford Circus • 4 min walk
  • Goodge St • 6 min walk
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Hans T
5 contributions
Wonderful, but for homeless men
Apr. 2020
Gorgeous church, well worth a visit. I can understand why Christians would wish to express compassion for the homeless and give them shelter, but don't let them live in the church. The pope welcomes the homeless into Vatican City, feeds them, shelters them etc, but not in St.Peters. Hey, wait, on second thought, in the spirit of trendy, liberal thinking, the focus of Christians SHOULD be on the poor, right? So beautiful churches and artwork and sacred vessels that give glory to God, feed our souls, connect us to God and the saints via our senses and connect us to our ancestors or shared, collective cultural past are meaningless and should be sold with the money used for the poor. Got that All Saints? Put your money where your sermon is (this is irony, folks) or at least house those men in the parsonage or the homes of parishioners.
Written 9 March 2021
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NorthEastMe999
North Shields, UK585 contributions
The most beautiful interior
Feb. 2020 • Couples
This church is beautiful inside, an Arts and Crafts treasure. Even if you're not in to "reading* churches it's worth a detour from busy Oxford Street for peace and calm.
Written 23 February 2020
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IAN D
Wigan, UK18,515 contributions
Stunning
Feb. 2020 • Solo
First thing you notice is the tall spire, on entering you notice homeless people asleep on the pughs. The church itself is beautiful inside with stunning alter, windows and sublime paintings. One of the nicest I have been in recently.
Written 14 February 2020
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Archaeobuff
Sydney, Australia1,730 contributions
Lovely old church for the homeless
Oct. 2019
Built in the 1850s it was hugely influential in its gothic, polychromatic use of brick that was taken up by residential builders all over England in Victorian times. Inside the church was even more unique. It is also the place where many homeless people hang out and the back pews were filled with sleeping, snoring homeless men. The priest, who I had a chat too tolerates their presence in an appropriately Christian manner except for the snoring.
Written 25 November 2019
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Vladimir M
Dubai, United Arab Emirates6,231 contributions
Fantastically beautiful interiors!
Nov. 2019
ll Saints, is Anglican church on Margaret Street in Fitzrovia. All Saints had its origins in the Margaret Street Chapel which had stood on the site since the 1760s. The church was designed by the architect William Butterfield and built between 1850 and 1859. It has been hailed as Butterfield's masterpiece and a pioneering building of the High Victorian Gothic style.
Particularly impressive is the interior of the church, colorful stained glass windows and frieze paintings
Written 11 November 2019
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Passp0rtAlwaysReady
Exeter, UK6,208 contributions
Stunning Church
Oct. 2019 • Family
Stopped off at the stunning All Saints Church, Margaret Street London. Absolutely magnificent church in amazing condition. Huge vaulted ceiling just has to be seen to be appreciated. Lots going on and useful sign outside really helps.
Written 25 October 2019
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futtock21
London, UK10,970 contributions
High Gothic Masterpiece
Jun. 2019 • Solo
All Saints Margaret Street built in 1850 to the design of one William Butterfield is one of the best examples of the High Gothic style in London. As befits a church at the vanguard of the High Anglican Oxford movement it today advertises its Anglo-Catholic communion. It has an attractive courtyard this morning a place of quiet contemplation for those including a priest waiting to be admitted inside for a service to begin.
Written 21 July 2019
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Hoppityskip
Basildon, UK11,240 contributions
Stunning
Jul. 2019 • Solo
Return trip to this beautiful church.
It's really worth the visit as it's not only beautiful but also has an amazing atmosphere too
Written 5 July 2019
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ohmysol99
clinton sc3 contributions
Christmas in London
Aug. 2018 • Solo
I visited here on my first trip to London in 1996. Coming back this Christmas Dec21-31.What is your schedule for Christmas eve/Day?
Written 2 July 2019
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Christmas Eve Tuesday 24 December 2019 - Midnight Mass starting at 11pm with the choir of All Saints Margaret Street. Christmas Day Wednesday 25 December 2019 - 11am High Mass of Christmas Day with the choir of All Saints Margaret Street. St Stephen's Day Thursday 26 December 2019 - 12 noon lunchtime Low Mass only (Bank Holiday) Sunday 29 December 2019 - Christmas 1 - High Mass at 11am only with the choir of All Saints Margaret Street. No Evensong & Benediction. Full details of music and liturgy for all these services available in October. We hope you may be able to join us for one of these festive services. The courtyard Christmas tree will be up throughout.
Written 9 August 2019
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Antonia R
London, UK2 contributions
Sunday Mass
Jun. 2019 • Solo
Went to the 11.00am Sunday Mass at All Saints for the second time.
What a joy to be engulfed in the beauty of the place, the Mass, the sermon, the singing, the music.
If you want to be in heaven, this is the place. It has everything!
Please support this splendid Church.
Written 1 July 2019
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All Saints Margaret Street is open:
  • Sun - Fri 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sat - Sat 11:00 am - 7:00 pm


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