The Prince of Wales has taken part in a special advent service at London's Holy Trinity Brompton.
Charles met with refugees and those who lived in Grenfell Tower during Thursday's visit.
He brought with him gift bags, filled with sweet goods, which were to be donated as part of the Church's Love Christmas programme.
He was part of the congregation for a short service which includes testimonies from persecuted Christians as well as Bishop of London Dame Sarah Mullally.
He later met with representatives of organisations Aid to the Church in Need, Open Doors, Love Your Neighbour and others.
Prince Charles has made annual visits to churches across London as part of advent in recent years.
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