Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street
The Jesuit Church of the Immaculate Conception – familiarly known as Farm Street Church – is situated in the Mayfair area of central London. From 1849 (when it was opened) until 1966, it was simply a Jesuit church, open to the public but not the centre of worship for a parish. Its reputation rested on the pulpit and the confessionals and it became famous for the preaching and spiritual guidance of the Jesuit community. Since 1966, the church has been at the heart of a parish in the centre of Mayfair in the Archdiocese of Westminster. Its Jesuit community of priests and brothers are either attached specifically to the church, work in other apostolates or are retired. The parish attracts its congregation not only from all over London and the surrounding area but also visitors from all over the world. The church remains a haven of peace and beauty in a very busy part of the capital.
Baptisms and Weddings by arrangement.