The nave of St Olave's, looking east
photo David Iliff
St Olave’s is one of the few surviving medieval buildings in the City of London and the burial place of Samuel Pepys. With many links to historic City organisations, this little church is sought after by many as a place of spiritual encounter and refreshment.
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Holy Communion is celebrated:
at 11.00am on the first and third Sunday of every month
also with a children’s programme alongside
and at 12.30pm every Tuesday
Hear a clip of the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Bells on Sunday’,
which featured the bells of St Olave Hart Street
In addition to being a local parish church, St Olave’s is the Ward Church of the Tower Ward of the City of London and the chapel of the following City institutions:
The Rector at St Olave's
photo Mark Bothwell