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Sunday Services 

The Swiss Church in London holds two morning services per month, one on the first and one on the third Sunday of the month. Services begin at 11am and are followed by a lunch.

The services are held in the Swiss Church, 79 Endell Street, London WC2H 9DY.

Sermons are preached in English while prayers, hymns and other parts of the liturgy may be in French and German. Occasionally we hold sermons in German. Please consult the calendar for more details. The service on the first Sunday of the month normally includes communion. Everyone is invited to receive communion. 

We welcome people of all denominations, faith groups or none, firm believers as well as the critical minded and spiritual seekers.

Music is an integral part of our services and is used to enhance and uplift the spiritual themes of the services. We sing a range of music, mainly along the traditional route, but we do also introduce contemporary worship songs and Taizé chants.

Music is mainly lead on the church’s Swiss-built Späth organ and we occasionally are joined by a choir, or solo singer.

Full details about all our services are on the services agenda below or phone
the Church office on 020 7836 1418.

Why not email us with queries or to contact Swiss Church London for a consult.

Download previous sermons here.


Church Services

1st Sunday Service 3rd Sunday Service
Sermon in English, Sermon in English,
liturgy in French & German, liturgy in French & German
Service with communion

More detail on upcoming sermons are published on the events calendar.


Pastoral Care


Talking is the first step to healing and often a very relieving experience. To have someone who listens to you and takes your worries seriously is important to your well-being.

Reverend Carla Maurer is available for confidential talks to offer advice and counselling. The Minister is bound by professional secrecy and will treat all information received in this context as confidential.

Talks can take place either at the Church or in another location.

Feel free to let the Minister know if you would like to be visited, or if you would like to meet up for a cup of tea or a pint.