Chelsea Old Church is a parish in the Diocese of London which is part of the Church of England.
It is located on the corner of Old Church Street and the Embankment.
The Parish Office address is 64 Cheyne Walk, SW3 5LT, entrance at the back of the Church.
Our services follow the Book of Common Prayer and (apart from the Cromwell period) they have done so since the days of Queen Elizabeth 1. Our Bible readings are usually from the Authorised Version.
The church can also be used for concerts and other similar public events. For more information and to make enquiries please contact the Parish Office
The Church is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2 'til 4 pm
The Church has a team of Church Guides for information.
Chelsea Old Church was bombed in the Second World War and almost completely destroyed. It now stands again - as it always did - by the Thames in central London.
An important history of the church has been published. It is called "Chelsea Old Church, The Church that would not die". It is written by Alan Russet and Tom Pocock and the foreword is by John Simpson CBE, world affairs editor of the BBC. The book is lavishly illustrated and costs £25. For more details ring the Parish Office.
Since the major redevelopment of the Church, the new Vicarage stands alongside our Church Hall which is called Petyt Hall. The buildings were designed by another John Simpson - who was also the architect for the picture gallery at Buckingham Palace.
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