St John's Wood Church is a Church of England parish church in St John's Wood, London. The church is located on Lord's Roundabout, between Lord's Cricket Ground and Regent's Park, and has a Grade II* listing. The parish is in the Archdeaconry of Charing Cross, in the deanery of Westminster St Marylebone.
The church has between 130 and 150 regular worshippers, with an electoral roll of 225. Services aim to maintain "a tradition of thoughtful and intelligent preaching and teaching", as well as the church's musical tradition; in addition to a professional octet of singers leading the worship at the main Sunday service, an amateur Chamber Choir made up of members of the congregation sings Evensong once a month. The organ is a three manual, 52 stop instrument by B. C. Shepherd and Sons. The building is also kept open from early morning to late afternoon every day as a place of prayer and stillness.
St John's Wood Church works closely with other local churches, who together hold a monthly service with letter-writing for Amnesty International. Clergy from St John's Wood Church also meet with representatives from the Liberal Jewish Synagogue and London Central Mosque to hold scriptural reasoning discussions.
During term-time the Church Hall complex is occupied by St John's Wood Pre-Preparatory School during the day, while a local youth club operates in the crypt on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. The hall is also occasionally hired out for local residency association meetings, and to charities such as ARC UK.