Workers at St Helen's

Workers across London need to hear the life saving news of Jesus. Christians across the City use St Helen's to help them reach their colleagues. Whether in our lunchtime public meetings, small groups or meeting individuals, we believe people are saved as they hear and believe. Opening the Bible is central to what we do.

Lunchtime talks across London

Lunchtime talks take place at St Helen's and across London. They are designed to be accessible for everyone. Find out more about our lunchtime talks and similar events taking place across London through the Gospel at Work website.

Lunchtime talks across London - Midweek talks at St Helen's Lunchtime talks across London - Gospel at Work

The City year at St Helen's

The City weekend

The City weekend is an opportunity to escape the busyness of London and aims to equip us to serve God at work and at home through excellent Bible teaching, along with a chance to relax and enjoy the surrounding countryside.

The City weekend - City weekend

Questions for Life

Questions for Life is a City mission, which allows many office workers across Central London to hear the good news about Jesus Christ. Individual Christians, workplace Christian groups and the Gospel at Work lunchtime talks network take Jesus Christ’s answers to life’s biggest questions into their workplaces.


Our lunchtime Easter service celebrates the fact that Jesus died on a cross and then God raised him from the dead three days later. Our risen saviour conquered death and our service gives people the chance to hear this and reflect on the Easter message.

City Summer School

The City Summer School is a week of Bible teaching, relaxation and fun. It aims to refresh all who come, from those exploring the Christian faith and asking questions, to those who have been involved for many years.

City Summer School - City Summer School

Remembrance service

St Helen's holds a lunchtime Remembrance service each year, offering City workers an opportunity to remember those who have given their lives defending the freedom of others. The service usually includes hymns, readings, participation from current and former members of the armed forces and an address from a Christian who has served in the armed forces.


Christians believe that what makes Christmas so special is the fact that God himself came into the world to make himself known to mankind. Since this is such amazing news, St Helen's puts on carol services and other Christmas events so that those working in the City have a chance to hear it. For City workers, there are separate City and insurance lunchtime services.