Societies & Clubs

St. Lawrence Jewry has long standing connections with several societies and clubs, including:

Membership - New Zealand Society (UK)

The New Zealand Society (UK)

Founded in 1927, the New Zealand Society UK is a non-profit, voluntary society that aims to connect and support New Zealanders in the United Kingdom (and those in the UK who have an interest in New Zealand) through social gatherings, events and financial support for Kiwi businesses and cultural groups.

St. Lawrence Jewry has been the spiritual home of the New Zealand Society from its inception. The initial aims of the Society were to celebrate what it meant to be a New Zealander in England, and to promote trade between the two countries. The New Zealand Society hosts a varied calendar of events each year in recognition of important dates for the NZ community within the UK. The commemorative annual Waitangi Day church service is held at St Lawrence Jewry.

Further information about the New Zealand Society can be found on their website:


Ward Clubs

The City of London is divided into 25 wards, some of which have their own long-established Club to provide support and fellowship for people who live and work and have an interest in the Ward. St. Lawrence Jewry is the 'ward church' for the wards of Bassishaw and Cheap (click the ward badge for further information about the Clubs)


Bassishaw Ward          Ward of Cheap

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