Welcome to St Jude & St Paul’s Church, Mildmay

We are a Church of England parish on the Islington / Hackney border, and have welcoming hospitality with an old church building and many new possibilities. We serve a local area renowned for its long history of diversity. Our congregation broadly reflects the varied population and you would be very welcome to come and worship God with us!


Our services are at 10.30am every Sunday.

Children’s Church is on the first Sunday of every month for children aged 4-11 and aims to be fun, creative and purposeful.

Easter Crafts

We have a Youth Group for young people aged 12+ which meets on Sunday mornings and also participates in the First Fridays Youth Church in Islington.

Holy Communion is celebrated on the first and third Sunday of every month, with an All-Age Service on the second Sunday, and services of Morning Prayer on fourth and fifth Sundays.

Refreshments are served after all services, providing a valuable opportunity to meet and welcome new members and visitors. There is often cake!

What’s on when? calendar


If you live within the parish and you wish to have your banns of marriage read, please contact the church or come to a service.

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.

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

Prayer for Parliament

Photo Gallery

  • Easter Garden, April 2019

  • Bishop Pete Broadbent, Rev James and Anna Hill, and Ven Liz Adekunle after James’s licensing as parish priest, February 2019

  • Sparkly Christingle, Advent 2018

  • Harvest Gifts for Islington Food Bank from SJSP and Children’s House Schools and the church, October 2018

  • Children’s Church harvest work, October 2018

  • Children’s House School Drumming Concert, October 2018

  • Church Gathering, July 2018

  • Thanksgiving Service in January 2018

  • Back to Church Sunday in 2015

About Us

There is a wide age span with several generations often attending church together. Some have worshipped here for many years, others have just arrived and may stay only a year or two until their jobs or housing needs take them elsewhere.

Here is a link to our page on A Church Near You which is the Church of England’s tool for people to find the nearest church to them with features that they require.

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 at church or by email.