St Andrew, Holborn


Situated at the western edge of the City of London at Holborn Circus, there has been a church on the site of St Andrew Holborn for more than a thousand years. Rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century, the church was bombed and gutted in 1941 but later restored “stone for stone and brick for brick” to the original Wren designs. The present building was opened in 1961 with its new status as a Guild Church, a church without a parish designed to serve the local working community.

St Andrew Holborn, St Andrew’s Street, London, EC4A 3AF

Transport Details
Closest tube station is Chancery Lane – a 5 minute walk – Central Line. Holborn and Farringdon stations are also nearby.

Bus routes 8, 17, 25, 45, 46, 242, 341 and 521 all stop nearby.

Limited on-street parking is available on Hatton Garden and other surrounding streets.