We are a Church of England parish where Islington and Hackney meet and all are welcome. We serve a local area renowned for its long history of diversity and our congregation broadly reflects the varied population. You would be very welcome to come and worship with us!
On most Sundays, services start at 10.45 am and can also be watched on our YouTube channel. All Age Worship services for families on the second Sunday of every month start with breakfast from 10.30 am and are not streamed.
We work in partnership with local schools to invite families with primary school age children to fun, creative and spiritual activities. We create and curate beautiful craft in the church garden which blesses the community we are part of.
The next event is on Thursday 26th May from 3.30pm. More …
We meet online for morning prayer from 9.15am to 9.45am on Wednesdays and Fridays, and everyone is welcome to join on our YouTube channel.
St Jude’s is part of the First Fridays Youth Church in Islington, and take a group to monthly events at St Andrew’s Church in Barnsbury. They’re great fun - do get in contact if you are interested.
Those who live in love live in union with God and God lives in union with them (1 John 4:16).
Birthday Party in April 2022
Phoenix Art workshop, July 2021
Gratitude Tree in the Church Garden, May - June 2021
Bulbs planted at Christmas Sparkle, December 2020
St Jude & St Paul’s Church @ Home, May 2020
Palms by church members for Palm Sunday, April 2020
Children’s Church, Lent 2020
Making craft packs for children as schools close, March 2020
Praying for the world in All Age Service, February 2020
Memorial Service, November 2019
The Church Council at an away day, June 2019
Sparkly Christingle, Advent 2018
Children’s House School Drumming Concert, October 2018
Church Gathering, July 2018
Mildmay Rose in bloom, Spring 2018
Thanksgiving Service in January 2018
Back to Church Sunday in 2015
A calendar of all events is available here.
If you live in the parish and are planning a church wedding, please contact us to discuss arrangements including banns.
Ministers are available to conduct funerals in the church, crematorium and at the graveside. Please contact us to discuss.
We are committed to safeguarding children, young people, victims / perpetrators of domestic abuse and vulnerable adults.
The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website. Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Bronwen Roberts, who may be contacted by email.