St Mark’s Church at the corner of Abercorn Place and Hamilton Terrace is not only a place for worship, but they also have a children’s choir, put on many concerts and social events.
St John’s Wood Church (at the bottom of the High Street by the roundabout) is an Anglican church. They have a 9.30am service with a junior church Sunday school and a crèche for children, and an 11 am Sunday service with a choir of professional singers. The crèche for children is available at both services.
St Saviour’s Church in Warwick Avenue/Little Venice is a very popular church with a vibrant congregation. St Saviour’s Church of England Primary School (state school) is attached to it and is very popular with parents and children. If you want your child to have a chance to go to Saint Vincent’s, you need to attend church, let the vicar know you are interested in sending your child to the school and sign a register every time you go to church.
Church of Our Lady is a Catholic church at the corner of St John’s Wood Road and Lisson Grove.
St John’s Wood Road Baptist Church is close to both LJS and Church of Our Lady on St John’s Wood Road.
Abbey Road Baptist Church is as the name suggests situated on Abbey Road almost opposite the famous Beatles pedestrian crossing.
The Liberal Jewish Synagogue is situated opposite Lord’s Cricket Ground. It has a nursery, LJS Nursery School, attached to it which is open faith. My daughter went there and she absolutely loved it. It is so inclusive, warm and makes everyone of all faiths feel welcome. I know as we are not Jewish. It is becoming a very popular nursery, so if you are keen, get in touch asap.
The New London Synagogue is situated on the corner of Abbey Road and Marlborough Place.
The obvious one is The London Central Mosque located on Park Road by Regent’s Park.