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"St Alfege Church is a diverse congregation with a rich musical tradition and a thriving church school. Come along to a service to get a feel for our worship and to meet other people."
Revd Chris Moody
Vicar of St Alfege
There has been a church here for over a thousand years, dedicated to the memory of Alfege, the Archbishop of Canterbury who was martyred on this site in 1012. St Alfege Church was the first London church designed by Sir Nicholas Hawksmoor, and many key historical figures in Greenwich's royal, maritime and scientific history have close links with the site including Henry Vlll, Thomas Tallis, General James Wolfe and John Flamsteed.

Explore St Alfege

We welcome those who wish to give time and skills to keeping the church open
There’s always lots going on at St Alfege Church from special services to concerts and free recitals
Find out more here about how to get married at St Alfege Church, baptisms and funerals
Find out more about booking the church, hall and other facilities

Visit us

St Alfege Church stands at the heart of historic Greenwich within the National Maritime World Heritage Site and Royal Borough of Greenwich. The Cutty Sark is close by as is the National Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Naval College, the Fan Museum, the University of Greenwich, Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory.
St Alfege Church
Greenwich Church Street
London SE10 9BJ
Opening times:
Monday to Friday 11:00am to 4:00pm
Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm
Sunday 12:00noon to 4:00pm
Service times:
8:00am | Holy Communion
10:00am | Sung Eucharist
Okutendereza mu Luganda - Sundays
2019 dates | 4:00pm |10 Mar, 14 Apr, 12 May, 9 June, 14 Jul, 11 Aug, 8 Sep, 13 Oct, 10 Nov, 8 Dec
Last Sunday in the month
6:30pm | Choral Evensong
Tuesday 5:30pm | Evening Prayer
Wednesday 5:30pm | Evening Prayer
Thursday 8:00am | Holy Communion
Saturday 9:30am | Morning Prayer
The programme of services may alter sometimes, e.g. at Christmas and other festivals