east end women: the real story

Local Christians have been heavily involved in protests against the Jack the Ripper Museum, which secured planning permission by promising a museum which would celebrate East London Women’s history.

Last autumn, we hosted a memorial service to remember the Ripper’s victims as children of God, and to pray for all victims of gender-based violence.

Since then, church members have worked with women across the community - forming the East End Women’s Collective, and producing East End Women: The Real Story which is open in the church all day, every day until 9 July.

media coverage

The launch of East End Women: The Real Story has been covered in Time Out, the Evening Standard, the iPaper and Christian Today.


We are grateful to 38 degrees for raising money for the exhibition. Please sign their petition against the Jack the Ripper Museum.