We are a vibrant, multi-cultural church in the centre of London that seeks to be home for anyone and everyone.
If you are a student or young adult in London, we’d love to warmly welcome you to the city and also to Westminster Chapel! Check out this link for a handy guide to living in London, written by our very own London residents.
Westminster Chapel is a vibrant church made up of people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. We’d love you to make it your home.
The 18-30s group exists to bring people together and build a loving community in the middle of this big city. The best first step you can take is to come along on a Sunday at 11am and stick around for lunch afterwards. You’ll quickly meet people and be able to find out what’s going on.
Coming to church for the first time can sometimes be quite daunting. But going with someone else can make it a lot easier. If you’d like to meet up with a member of the group for coffee before the service on a Sunday then send us a message and we’ll be in touch asap.
From left to right: Violet, Andres, Anatole, Katherine.
Here’s what they have to say about themselves:
I am Violet from Malaysia. I have recently graduated from the LSE. Coming this academic year, I will be a Masters student at UCL. I find lots of enjoyment in watching football, ballet and as weird as it may sound, Bridge tournaments. Watching is 10x better with some company. Hit me up!
¡Hola! I’m Andres from Spain, I came to London in 2014 to finish my postgraduate studies in HR and I fell in love with the city, so I decided to stay! I enjoy playing football, board games and trying new recipes with my wife.
I’m Anatole; a filmmaker working in advertising and documentaries. I’m half Chinese and half British, and grew up in Hong Kong and Japan. I love meeting people from different cultures, which is one of the great things about Chapel. Unsurprisingly, I love films. And good food.
Katherine is a northerner in exile currently working in a hipster coffee shop in London. She enjoys music and being referred to only by her full name (+ referring to herself in the third person.).