St Edmund the King

St Edmund the King is home to IMPRINT Church London. The present church, a Grade 1 listed building, has been attributed to Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke, and was built in 1670-79 on the site of a former medieval church. This medieval church is believed to have been located on the western edge of a Roman Basilica and it is therefore likely that there are significant Roman archaeological remains below ground. In 1710 the current spire was added, a much taller construction compared with the original tower that had a domed lantern above.

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Fasted Fridays

Every Friday at for 2 hours
IMPRINT Church London: St Mary Woolnoth
Lombard Street, EC3V 9AN, United Kingdom

Join us for our weekly prayer and worship nights. We do encourage you to join us in fasting on Fridays. This is the intentional abstaining from food or something else so that you can focus on God.

All are welcome