About

St G in CamberwellWhether you are a member of St Giles’ Church, a resident of Camberwell, a UK citizen or a visitor to our website from another country – you are very welcome!

A church has stood on the site of St Giles’ for over 1,000 years and we continue to serve the people of Camberwell through Christian worship to this day. We try to be a welcoming, open, inclusive and friendly community church. We are in the catholic tradition of the Church of England and we support the ministry of all.

Our website is intended to give you a flavour of who we are and what we do. But the best way to find out more is to come along and see us! Some of our first time visitors come to explore our history or research their family roots. Others come to worship with us whilst they are staying nearby. We also have lots of musical events throughout the year and we’re home to Camberwell’s own unique jazz venue on Friday nights.

Whatever the reason for visiting us, we hope you’ll join us again soon.

Visiting Us

St Giles’ is a place where you’ll find people of all ages and people from many different countries and traditions. Quite possibly, you’ll find people just like yourself! Visiting any church for the first time can be a little daunting but we aim to be friendly and welcoming. If you’re visiting St Giles’ for a concert, organised visit or … Continue reading Visiting Us

Meet the Team!

Vicar – Rev. Nick George Clergy Assistants – Rev. Isoline Russell & Fr Peter Clark Priest for St Matthew’s Church – Fr Stanley Njoka Church Wardens – Olufemi Dairo, Ajibola Osigbesan & Pius Tella Head Server – Cuthbert Rodgers Director of Music – Ashley Valentine

Our Tradition

The Church of England is made up of a rich variety of traditions. These traditions seek to emphasise different things about the nature of God and the relationship between God, the world and individuals. St Giles’ is in the Catholic tradition (sometimes described as ‘Anglo-Catholic’ or ‘High Church’) of the Church of England. Anglo-Catholicism Anglo-Catholicism … Continue reading Our Tradition