Holy Trinity Sloane Square is right at the heart of London, with prayer right at its heart. The former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman called Holy Trinity Church the ‘Cathedral of the Arts & Crafts Movement’, and that indeed is what it is, containing treasures by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones among many others. But first and foremost it is a house of prayer, the dwelling-place of God.
Of far more significance than the building itself is the living church of people, local and visiting, who daily use the building for prayer and worship.
As well as being a member of the Church of England in the Diocese of London and the worldwide Anglican Communion, Holy Trinity is open all day and everyday for everyone of whatever religion and none, with prayer at its heart.