welcome to st jude & st paul’s church, mildmay

We are a Church of England parish on the Islington / Hackney border, where all are welcome. We serve a local area renowned for its long history of diversity and our congregation broadly reflects the varied population. Our services are available online through our YouTube channel, and you would be very welcome to come and worship God with us!

family crafts and fun

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.

Do enjoy these photos of our Christmas Sparkle and Autumn Thanksgiving events, and the Poppy Field planted by children of St Jude and St Paul’s Primary School in November.

We will be exploring the theme of Hope through the season of Lent and looking forward to Easter. All children at St Jude and St Paul’s Primary School will take part in the launch on Friday 12th February at school and at home. Further events to follow after half-term - do look out for signs of Hope in our community!

sunday services

Everyone is welcome to join us in worship, reflection, and prayer from 10.40am to 11.45am each Sunday. The service is available on our YouTube channel.

weekday prayer

We meet to pray several times a week. You are welcome to join on our YouTube channel for morning prayer from 9.15am to 9.45am Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Living God’s Story is the theme for our services and weekday prayer from Ash Wednesday to Easter. Daily reflections are available in the #LiveLent app from Google and Apple Stores.

prayer course

We are running this course on Wednesdays @8pm on Zoom

We will watch a video together and then discuss and maybe even pray for each other! The course runs for 8 weeks and has great reviews. Please contact us if you would like to take part.

what’s on when?

A calendar of all events is available here.

photo gallery

  • Hope is the theme of our children and families programme in the period up to Easter

  • Services are online at www.tinyurl.com/sjspchurch

  • Bulbs planted at Christmas Sparkle, December 2020

  • Poppy Field planted by children of St Jude and St Paul’s School

  • 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
    Mildmay Rose in bloom Spring 2018

    Mildmay Rose in bloom, Spring 2018

  • Thanksgiving Service in January 2018

  • Back to Church Sunday in 2015

lent appeal

This Lent we are supporting the Diocese of London appeal on Challenging Youth Violence. Read more.


As our Sunday services are online, banns of marriage can’t be published at present. If you live in the parish and are planning a church wedding, please contact us to discuss.


Church ministers are available to conduct funerals at the graveside or in crematoriums. Please contact us to discuss.

ministry leadership team

The team consists of the Rev James Hill, John Tasker, John Wilson, Sola Olukoya-Daniel, and the churchwardens: Dennis Nwanze and Lindsey Cordwell. We can be contacted here.

James was appointed as interim minister in February 2019 and we look forward to his institution as vicar in early autumn 2021… Read more


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.

Those who live in love live in union with God and God lives in union with them (1 John 4:16).