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Congregational churches
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International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church
Reformed Episcopal Church

Friends (Quaker) churches
Evangelical Friends International

Fundamentalist and Bible churches
Bible Fellowship Church

Holiness churches
Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God
Christ Holy Sanctified Church of America
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A.
Church of God (Anderson, IN)
Church of God (Holiness)
Church of the Nazarene
Churches of Christ in Christian Union
Wesleyan Church

Lutheran churches
American Association of Lutheran Churches
Association of Free Lutheran Congregations
Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America
Church of the Lutheran Confession
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Evangelical Lutheran Conference and Ministerium of North America
Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran SynodMennonite churches
Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches
Fellowship of Evangelical Churches
Mennonite Church USA
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African Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Congregational Methodist Church
Evangelical Church of North America
Free Methodist Church of North America
Primitive Methodist Church in the United States of America
United Methodist ChurchOrthodox churches
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America
Orthodox Church in America

Pentecostal churches
Assemblies of God
Association of Vineyard Churches
Calvary Chapel
Church of God (Cleveland, TN)
Church of God in Christ
Church of God of Prophecy
Congregational Holiness Church
Elim Fellowship
International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
International Pentecostal Church of Christ
International Pentecostal Holiness Church
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World
Pentecostal Church of God
United Pentecostal Church International

Presbyterian churches
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Free Presbyterian Church of North America
Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Presbyterian Church in America
Presbyterian Church U.S.A.
Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America
Westminster Presbyterian Church in the United States

Reformed churches
Christian Reformed Church in North America
Confederation of Refomed Evangelicals
Reformed Church in America

Other churches
Interdenominational
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Worldwide Church of God

WCC member churches

 The WCC is a fellowship of 350 member churches who together represent more than half a billion Christians around the world. WCC member churches can be found in all regions of the world and include most of the world’s Orthodox churches, as well as African Instituted, Anglican, Assyrian, Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, Mennonite, Methodist, Moravian, Old-Catholic, Pentecostal, Reformed, United/Uniting and Free/Independent churches, Disciples of Christ and Friends (Quakers).The main decoration of the hall is a huge tapestry designed by the Swedish artist Einar Forseth and woven in Aubusson, France. The theme is God’s covenant with the world. Jesus Christ is at the centre of the tapestry under a vast rainbow, stretching his arms towards the many churches of various traditions and regions which form part of the worldwide ecumenical fellowship. The Greek text on the tapestry is the prayer of Jesus “that all may be one”.Tapestry with churches of various traditions and regions, and the prayer of Jesus “that all may be one”.
Designed by Einar Forseth for the Ecumenical Centre, Geneva, and woven in Aubusson, France.The WCC is a fellowship of 350 member churches who together represent more than half a billion Christians around the world.

WCC member churches can be found in all regionsof the world and include most of the world’s Orthodox churches (Easternand Oriental), as well as African Instituted, Anglican, Assyrian, Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, Mennonite, Methodist, Moravian, Old-Catholic, Pentecostal, Reformed, United/Uniting and Free/Independentchurches, Disciples of Christand Friends (Quakers).

Alphabetical list:

Title
Africa Brotherhood Church
African Christian Church & Schools
African Church of the Holy Spirit
African Inland Church of South Sudan and Sudan
African Israel Nineveh Church
African Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
African Protestant Church
American Baptist Churches in the USA
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia
Anglican Church in Japan
Anglican Church of Australia
Anglican Church of Burundi
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Kenya
Anglican Church of Korea
Anglican Church of South America
Anglican Church of Southern Africa
Anglican Church of Tanzania
Armenian Apostolic Church (Holy See of Cilicia)
Armenian Apostolic Church (Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin)
Association of Baptist Churches in Rwanda
Association of Evangelical Reformed Churches of Burkina Faso
Association of Mennonite Congregations in Germany
Association The Church of God
Bangladesh Baptist Church Sangha
Baptist Association of El Salvador
Baptist Convention of Haiti
Baptist Convention of Nicaragua
Baptist Union of Denmark
Baptist Union of Great Britain
Baptist Union of Hungary
Baptist Union of New Zealand
Batak Christian Community Church
Bengal-Orissa-Bihar Baptist Convention
Bolivian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Canadian Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
Catholic Diocese of the Old-Catholics in Germany
China Christian Council
Christian Biblical Church
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Canada
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States
Christian Church of Central Sulawesi
Christian Church of Sumba
Christian Churches New Zealand
Christian Evangelical Church in Minahasa
Christian Evangelical Church of Sangihe Talaud
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Christian Protestant Angkola Church
Christian Protestant Church in Indonesia
Church in the Province of the West Indies
Church in Wales
Church of Bangladesh
Church of Central Africa Presbyterian Blantyre Synod
Church of Ceylon
Church of Christ – Harris Mission (Harrist Church)
Church of Christ in Congo – Anglican Community of Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Baptist Community of Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Community of Disciples of Christ in Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Evangelical Community of Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Mennonite Community in Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Presbyterian Community of Congo
Church of Christ in Congo – Presbyterian Community of Kinshasa
Church of Christ in Congo – Protestant Baptist Church in Africa / Episcopal Baptist Community in Africa
Church of Christ in Thailand
Church of Christ Light of the Holy Spirit
Church of Cyprus
Church of England
Church of Greece
Church of Ireland
Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (FJKM)
Church of Jesus Christ on Earth by His Special Envoy Simon Kimbangu
Church of Melanesia
Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)
Church of North India
Church of Norway
Church of Pakistan
Church of Scotland
Church of South India
Church of Sweden
Church of the Brethren
Church of the Brethren in Nigeria (EYN)
Church of the Province of Central Africa
Church of the Province of Myanmar
Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean
Church of the Province of West Africa
Church of Uganda
Churches of Christ in Australia
Community of Baptist Churches in Central Africa
Congregational Christian Church in American Samoa
Congregational Christian Church in Samoa
Congregational Christian Church of Niue
Congregational Christian Church of Tuvalu
Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches
Cook Islands Christian Church
Coptic Orthodox Church
Council of African Instituted Churches of Southern Africa
Council of Baptist Churches in North East India
Czechoslovak Hussite Church
Dutch Reformed Church
East Java Christian Church
Ecumenical Patriarchate
EKD – Bremen Evangelical Church*
EKD – Church of Lippe*
EKD – Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Oberlausitz*
EKD – Evangelical Church in Baden*
EKD – Evangelical Church in Central Germany
EKD – Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau*
EKD – Evangelical Church in Rhineland*
EKD – Evangelical Church in Württemberg*
EKD – Evangelical Church of Anhalt*
EKD – Evangelical Church of Kurhessen-Waldeck*
EKD – Evangelical Church of the Palatinate*
EKD – Evangelical Church of Westphalia*
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church in Brunswick
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oldenburg*
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saxony
EKD – Evangelical Lutheran Church of Schaumburg-Lippe
EKD – Evangelical Reformed Church in Bavaria and North-Western Germany*
Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East
Episcopal Church in the Philippines
Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan
Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus (EECMY)
Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Evangelical Baptist Church in Angola
Evangelical Baptist Union of Italy
Evangelical Christian Church in Halmahera
Evangelical Christian Church in Tanah Papua
Evangelical Church in Germany
Evangelical Church in New Caledonia and the Loyalty Isles
Evangelical Church of Cameroon
Evangelical Church of Congo
Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren
Evangelical Church of Gabon
Evangelical Church of the Augsburg and Helvetic Confessions in Austria
Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland
Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Romania
Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Slovakia
Evangelical Church of the Disciples of Christ in Argentina
Evangelical Church of the Lutheran Confession in Brazil
Evangelical Church of the River Plate
Evangelical Congregational Church in Angola
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chile
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Congo (ELCCo)
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hungary
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan & the Holy Land
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT)
Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Republic of Namibia
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zimbabwe
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ghana
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Latvia
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea
Evangelical Methodist Church in Bolivia
Evangelical Methodist Church in Italy
Evangelical Methodist Church in the Philippines
Evangelical Methodist Church of Argentina
Evangelical Pentecostal Mission of Angola
Evangelical Presbyterian Church in South Africa
Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Egypt Synod of the Nile
Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Iran
Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Portugal
Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Togo
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana
Evangelical Reformed Church of Angola
Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Romania
Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches
Free Pentecostal Missions Church of Chile
Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga (Methodist Church in Tonga)
Greek Evangelical Church
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East
Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China
Hungarian Reformed Church in America
Independent Presbyterian Church of Brazil
Indonesian Christian Church (GKI)
Indonesian Christian Church (HKI)
International Council of Community Churches
International Evangelical Church
Jamaica Baptist Union
Javanese Christian Churches
Kalimantan Evangelical Church
Karo Batak Protestant Church
Kenya Evangelical Lutheran Church
Kiribati Uniting Church
Korean Christian Church in Japan
Korean Methodist Church
Lao Evangelical Church
Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church Abroad
Lesotho Evangelical Church
Lusitanian Church of Portugal
Lutheran Church in Liberia
Malagasy Lutheran Church (FLM)
Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
Maohi Protestant Church
Mar Thoma Syrian Church of Malabar
Mara Evangelical Church
Mennonite Church in the Netherlands
Methodist Church
Methodist Church Ghana
Methodist Church in Brazil
Methodist Church in Cuba
Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma
Methodist Church in India
Methodist Church in Indonesia
Methodist Church in Ireland
Methodist Church in Kenya
Methodist Church in Malaysia
Methodist Church in Singapore
Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas
Methodist Church in Zimbabwe
Methodist Church Nigeria
Methodist Church of Chile
Methodist Church of Mexico
Methodist Church of New Zealand
Methodist Church of Peru
Methodist Church of Puerto Rico
Methodist Church of Samoa
Methodist Church of Southern Africa
Methodist Church of Togo
Methodist Church of Uruguay
Methodist Church Sierra Leone
Methodist Church, Sri Lanka
Methodist Church, Upper Myanmar
Moravian Church in America
Moravian Church in Jamaica
Moravian Church in Nicaragua
Moravian Church in South Africa
Moravian Church in Suriname
Moravian Church in Tanzania
Moravian Church in Western Europe
Moravian Church, Eastern West Indies Province
Myanmar Baptist Convention
National Baptist Convention of America, Inc.
National Baptist Convention USA, Inc.
National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon
Native Baptist Church of Cameroon
Nias Christian Protestant Church
Nigerian Baptist Convention
Old-Catholic Church in Austria
Old-Catholic Church in the Netherlands
Old-Catholic Church of Switzerland
Old-Catholic Mariavite Church in Poland
Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania
Orthodox Church in America
Orthodox Church in Japan
Orthodox Church in the Czech Lands and Slovakia
Orthodox Church of Finland
Pasundan Christian Church
Pentecostal Church of Chile
Pentecostal Mission Church
Philippine Independent Church
Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church
Polish Catholic Church in Poland
Polish National Catholic Church
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Presbyterian Church in Cameroon
Presbyterian Church in Canada
Presbyterian Church in Rwanda
Presbyterian Church in Taiwan
Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea
Presbyterian Church of Africa
Presbyterian Church of Aoteroa New Zealand
Presbyterian Church of Cameroon
Presbyterian Church of Colombia
Presbyterian Church of East Africa
Presbyterian Church of Ghana
Presbyterian Church of Korea
Presbyterian Church of Liberia
Presbyterian Church of Mozambique
Presbyterian Church of Nigeria
Presbyterian Church of Pakistan
Presbyterian Church of South Sudan and Sudan
Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago
Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu
Presbyterian Church of Wales
Presbyterian-Reformed Church in Cuba
Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.
Protestant Christian Batak Church
Protestant Christian Church in Bali
Protestant Church in Indonesia
Protestant Church in Sabah
Protestant Church in South-East Sulawesi
Protestant Church in the Moluccas
Protestant Church in the Netherlands
Protestant Church in Timor Lorosa’e
Protestant Church in Western Indonesia
Protestant Church of Algeria
Protestant Evangelical Church in Timor
Protestant Methodist Church of Benin
Province of the Anglican Church in Rwanda
Reformed Christian Church in Serbia & Montenegro
Reformed Christian Church in Slovakia
Reformed Church in America
Reformed Church in Hungary
Reformed Church in Romania
Reformed Church in Zambia
Reformed Church in Zimbabwe
Reformed Church of Christ in Nigeria
Reformed Presbyterian Church of Equatorial Guinea
Religious Society of Friends: Friends General Conference
Religious Society of Friends: Friends United Meeting
Remonstrant Brotherhood
Romanian Orthodox Church
Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)
Salvadorean Lutheran Synod
Samavesam of Telugu Baptist Churches
Scottish Episcopal Church
Serbian Orthodox Church
Silesian Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession
Simalungun Protestant Christian Church
Slovak Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Serbia & Montenegro
Spanish Evangelical Church
Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church
Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East
The African Church
The Church of the Lord (Prayer Fellowship) Worldwide
The Episcopal Church
Toraja Church
Union of Baptist Churches in Cameroon
Union of Protestant Churches in Alsace and Lorraine
Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East
Union of Welsh Independents
United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands
United Church in Papua New Guinea
United Church in the Solomon Islands
United Church of Canada
United Church of Christ
United Church of Christ – Congregational in the Marshall Islands
United Church of Christ in Japan
United Church of Christ in the Philippines
United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe
United Church of Zambia
United Congregational Church of Southern Africa
United Evangelical Lutheran Church
United Evangelical Lutheran Churches in India
United Free Church of Scotland
United Methodist Church
United Methodist Church of Ivory Coast
United Presbyterian Church of Brazil
United Protestant Church of Belgium
United Protestant Church of Curaçao
United Protestant Church of France
United Reformed Church
Uniting Church in Australia
Uniting Church in Sweden
Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa
Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa
Waldensian Church

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Churches that are members of CTBI

These are external links to the websites of the relevant churches:

African-instituted churches

Churches formed in Africa during the twentieth century and embodying many aspects of African culture.

  • Cherubim and Seraphim Council of Churches
Anglican churches

Churches with origins in the sixteenth century split between Rome and the English Crown and in the restoration settlement of the seventeenth century. Each is a self-governing church forming part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, in communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Under the Porvoo Agreement, these four Anglican churches are also in full communion with Scandinavian Lutheran churches.

Baptistic Churches

Denominations which, though they may differ on other things, have in common that they undertake ‘Believers’ Baptism.

Bodies that group churches across different traditions

Each of these groups cuts across the confessional categories already listed, but brings churches together around some other common feature or community. The German speaking churches include both Lutheran and Reformed. The Council of African and Caribbean Churches includes both Pentecostal and African-initated. The Free Churches Group includes a wide range of protestant Churches in England and Wales that have in common being ‘free’ of the State.

Congregational churches

Denominations where each local congregation is independent and self-governing. Regional and national bodies are voluntary groupings of local congregations coming together for solidarity and common action.  Churches in this group practise infant baptism.

Lutheran Churches

Churches with their roots in that part of the sixteenth century Reformation led by Martin Luther. Patterns of church life and order differ between the different national groupings, though most Lutheran churches are episcopally governed.

The following Lutheran churches are represented on the Council: Danish, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Latvian, Lutheran Church in Great Britain (English, Amharic, Chinese, Polish, Swahili and Tigrinya), Norwegian, Polish and Swedish.

Methodist Churches

Churches with their roots in the eighteenth century evangelical revival led by John and Charles Wesley.

Orthodox churches

Churches with their historical roots in the Eastern part of the old Roman Empire, they are one of the two strands into which the church divided at the Great Schism at the end of the first millennium. Orthodox churches are in communion with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople. Each church is self-governing and worships in its own language.

Oriental Orthodox churches

Oriental Orthodox churches divided from the main Orthodox stream in the fifth century, after a dispute about the nature of Christ. They are found mostly in the Middle East, Africa and India. Relations with the churches of the main Orthodox or “Byzantine” stream are increasingly close.

  • Coptic Orthodox Church
  • Council of Oriental Orthodox Churches of the United Kingdom
    and the Republic of Ireland

    Member churches:

    • Armenian Apostolic Church
    • Coptic Orthodox Church (incorporating the British Orthodox Church)
    • Ethiopian Orthodox Church
    • Eritrean Orthodox Church
    • Indian Orthodox Church
    • Syrian Orthodox Church (incorporating the Malankra Syrian Orthodox Church)
Pentecostal Churches

Baptistic Churches with roots in the twentieth century Pentecostal revival, practising a variety of spiritual gifts, including speaking in tongues. Those in membership with CTBI are mainly ‘Black-majority’ churches, with their main focus in the African and African Caribbean communities.

  • Apostolic Pastoral Congress
  • Church of God of Prophecy
  • International Ministerial Council of Great Britain
  • Joint Council of Churches for All Nations (JCCAN)
    (formerly Joint Council of Anglo Caribbean Churches – JCACC)
    Member churches:

    • Building of the Temple (Ecclesia of God)
    • Latter Rain Outpouring Revival Church
    • Pentecostal Church of God
    • The International City Mission Church
    • Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ Inc
    • Church of God in Christ United
    • Mount Zion Holiness Church
    • New Way Pentecostal Fellowship
    • Faith Restoration Outreach Ministry
    • New Testament Assembly Christian Centre
    • Pentecostal Assembly
    • Pentecostal Church of God (Leyton)
Reformed Churches

Churches with their roots in that part of the sixteenth century Reformation led by Calvin, Zwingli and others. A particularly significant figure in the Scottish Reformation was John Knox. The Presbyterian Church of Wales owes more to the Calvinist strand of the eighteenth century evangelical revival.

Roman Catholic Church

The Western element of the two parts into which the Church divided at the great schism at the end of the first millennium. Roman Catholics are in communion with the Pope in Rome. In each nation, the church is organised under a conference of bishops, which has responsibility among other things for deciding the language of worship.

Other Traditions

Churched in London

All Hallows-by-the-Tower

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
All Hallows-by-the-Tower Tower Hill All Saints [7] 675 Church of England Rebuilt C15th but contains C7th arched doorway
All Hallows-on-the-Wall London Wall All Saints C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1767. Guild church
St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe Blackfriars Andrew [8] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1695, 1961 (after Blitz)
St Andrew, Holborn Holborn Andrew [9] C10th Church of England Rebuilt C15th, c. 1680, 1961 (after Blitz). Weekday services serving workers.
St Bartholomew-the-Great West Smithfield Bartholomew [10] C12th Church of England founded as an Augustinian Priory. Rebuilt C19th. United with St Bart-the-Less
St Bartholomew-the-Less St Bart’s Hospital Bartholomew C12th Church of England Parish church C16th. Chapel of ease to St Bart-the-Great since 2015
St Benet, Paul’s Wharf Queenhithe Benedict of Nursia [11] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1683. Granted to Welsh-speaking Anglicans 1879.
St Botolph, Aldgate Aldgate Botwulf of Thorney [12] C11th Church of England Rebuilt C16th, 1741–1744. Restored 1966 (after Blitz).
St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate Bishopsgate Botwulf of Thorney [13] C13th Church of England Rebuilt 1724–1729. Weekday services serving workers
St Bride, Fleet Street Fleet Street Brigid of Kildare [14] C7th–10th? Church of England Rebuilt C15th, 1675, 1957 (after Blitz)
St Dunstan-in-the-West Farringdon W’out Dunstan [15] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1831–1833. Also used by Rom. Orthodox. Tuesday services
St Giles-without-Cripplegate Barbican Giles [16] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1394
St Helen, Bishopsgate Bishopsgate Helena [17] C12th Church of England Initially part of a Benedictine nunnery. Conservative evangelical
St James Garlickhythe Vintry Ward James [18] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1676–1683. Bishop of Fulham
St Katharine Cree Aldgate Catherine [19] 1280 Church of England Rebuilt 1628–1630. United with St Olave Hart Street
St Lawrence Jewry Guildhall Lawrence [20] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1670–1687. Guild church
St Magnus-the-Martyr London Bridge Magnus Erlendsson [21] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1671–1687. Bishop of Fulham
St Margaret Lothbury Bank Margaret the Virgin [22] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1686–1690. United with St Mary Woolnoth
St Margaret Pattens Monument Margaret the Virgin [23] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1687. Guild church
St Martin within Ludgate Ludgate Hill Martin of Tours [24] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1677–1684. Guild church; Thursday lunchtime services
St Mary Abchurch Cannon Street Mary C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1681–1686. Guild church
St Mary Aldermary Mansion House Mary [25] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1681. Guild church; may not hold regular services
St Mary-at-Hill Billingsgate Mary [26] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1676
St Mary-le-Bow Cheapside Mary [27] C11th Church of England Rebuilt 1671–1673. Weekday services
St Mary Woolnoth Bank Mary [22] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1716–1727. United with St Margaret Lothbury
St Michael, Cornhilll Cornhill Michael [28] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1672
St Nicholas Cole Abbey Mansion House Nicholas [29] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1672–1678. Damaged 1941, restored 1962. Services restarted 2016
St Olave Hart Street Tower Ward Olaf II of Norway [19] C13th Church of England Rebuilt c. 1450. Restored 1954. United with St Katharine Cree[19]
St Paul’s Cathedral St Paul’s Paul [30] C7th Church of England Rebuilt 962, 1087–1240 (Old St Paul’s), 1669–1697
St Sepulchre-without-Newgate Holborn Holy Sepulchre [31] Saxon Church of England National Musicians’ Church. Rebuilt C15th, 1670. Recent HTBchurch plant
St Stephen Walbrook Mansion House Stephen [32] Medieval Church of England Moved to current site 1439, rebuilt 1672–1679. Thursday services
St Vedast-alias-Foster St Paul’s Vedast [33] C13th Church of England Restored 1695–1701, 1962
Temple Church Inner Temple [34] C12th Church of England Originally Templar; owned by Inner Templeand Middle Temple. Round church
St Mary Moorfields Moorfields Mary [35] 1820 Roman Catholic Pro-cathedral of London 1820–1869. Rebuilt 1903
St Botolph’s Orthodox Church Bishopsgate Botwulf of Thorney [36] Antioch Orthodox Meets in St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate
London Romanian Orthodox Ch. Fleet Street George [37] 1833 Romanian Orthodox Meets in St Dunstan-in-the-West
St Thomas J. S. O. Church Mansion House Thomas [38] 1989 Jacobite Syr Orth Meets in St Mary Aldermary
St Gregorios Blackfriars Indian Orthodox Meets in St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
St Anne’s Lutheran Church Billingsgate Anne [39] ? Lutheran Church Meets in St Mary-at-Hill
London City Presbyt. Church Aldersgate [40] 1949 Free Ch of Scotland Meets in St Botolph without Aldersgate (see below)
Jewin Welsh Presbyterian Chapel Barbican [41] 1774 Welsh Presbyterian New buildings 1785, 1823, 1879. Rebuilt 1960
City Temple Holborn Viaduct [42] 1640 URC First building on present site 1874. Rebuilt 1958 (after Blitz)
Dutch Church, Austin Friars Broad Street [43] 1550 URC? Building C13th Augustinianpriory. Stranger church. Rebuilt 1950–1954 (after Blitz)
London Intl Church of Christ Westminster [44] Intl Church of Christ Central congregation meets in City Temple, Holborn Viaduct
City Gates Church London Wall [45] 1985 Independent Was in Ichthus. Meets in All Hallows-on-the-Wall (see below)
Christ Church London Blackfriars Jesus [46] Independent Meets in the Mermaid Theatre

See also: List of demolished churches in the City of London, List of churches destroyed in the Great Fire of London and not rebuilt

Tower of St Mary Somerset

Church name Dedication Founded Ended Denomination Notes
St Augustine Papey Augustine of Canterbury Medieval 1442
Hospital of St Thomas of Acre Thomas Becket 1227 1538 HQ of Knights of Saint Thomas
St Audoen within Newgate Audoin Medieval 1547 Church of England Demolished 1583
St Nicholas Shambles Nicholas C12th 1547 Church of England Demolished
Chapel of St Thomas on the Bridge Thomas Becket c. 1200 1548 Church of England On London Bridge. Rebuilt 1212, 1384–1397. Demolished
St Mary Axe Mary C12th 1562 Church of England Demolished 1565
All Hallows Honey Lane All Saints C12th 1666 Church of England
All-Hallows-the-Less All Saints C13th 1666 Church of England
Holy Trinity the Less Trinity C13th 1666 Church of England Rebuilt 1606
St Andrew Hubbard Andrew Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Ann Blackfriars Anne 1550 1666 Church of England Rebuilt 1597. Built on site of old Dominican monastery
SS Benet & Osyth, Sherehog Benedict & Osgyth C11th 1666 Church of England
St Botolph Billingsgate Botwulf of Thorney Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Faith under St Paul’s Faith Medieval 1666 Church of England Building demolished 1256; worshippers used west crypt under St Paul’s Quire
St Gabriel Fenchurch Gabriel C12th 1666 Church of England
St Gregory by St Paul’s Pope Gregory I C10th 1666 Church of England
St John the Baptist upon Walbrook John the Baptist Medieval 1666 Church of England
St John the Evangelist Friday Street John the Evangelist Medieval 1666 Church of England
St John Zachary John the Baptist Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Laurence Pountney Lawrence C13th 1666 Church of England
St Leonard, Eastcheap Leonard of Noblac C11th 1666 Church of England Rebuilt 1618
St Leonard, Foster Lane Leonard of Noblac C13th 1666 Church of England
St Margaret Moses Margaret the Virgin Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Margaret, New Fish Street Margaret the Virgin C10th 1666 Church of England
St Martin Orgar Martin of Tours Medieval 1666 Church of England Remains used by French Protestants until 1820. Tower survives (though rebuilt) as part of St Clement’s
St Martin Pomary Martin of Tours Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Martin Vintry Martin of Tours Medieval 1666 Church of England Rebuilt 1306
St Mary Bothaw Mary C10th 1666 Church of England
St Mary Colechurch Mary Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Mary Mounthaw Mary Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Mary Staining Mary Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Mary Woolchurch Haw Mary C11th 1666 Church of England
St Michael-le-Querne Michael C12th 1666 Church of England
St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street Mary Magdalene C12th 1666 Church of England
St Nicholas Acons Nicholas C11th 1666 Church of England
St Nicholas Olave Nicholas Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Olave Silver Street Olaf II of Norway C12th 1666 Church of England Rebuilt 1609
St Pancras, Soper Lane Pancras of Rome Medieval 1666 Church of England
St Peter, Paul’s Wharf Peter C12th 1666 Church of England
St Peter, Westcheap Peter C12th 1666 Church of England
St Thomas the Apostle, London Thomas C12th 1666 Church of England
St Christopher le Stocks Christopher C13th 1781 Church of England Rebuilt 1672. Demolished
St Michael, Crooked Lane Michael C13th 1831 Church of England Rebuilt 1336, 1687. Demolished
St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange Bartholomew C13th 1840 Church of England Rebuilt 1675–1683. Demolished
St Benet Fink Benedict of Nursia C10th 1841 Church of England Rebuilt 1670–1675. Demolished 1842–1846
St Mary Somerset Mary C12th 1867 Church of England Rebuilt 1686–1694. Demolished 1871; tower remains
St Benet Gracechurch Benedict of Nursia C11th 1868 Church of England Rebuilt 1681–1687. Demolished
All Hallows Staining All Saints C12th 1870 Church of England Rebuilt 1674. Demolished 1870 apart from tower
St Mildred, Poultry Mildrith C12th 1871 Church of England Rebuilt 1456, 1676. Demolished 1872
St James Duke’s Place James 1622 1874 Church of England Rebuilt 1727. Demolished
St Martin Outwich Martin of Tours C14th 1874 Church of England Rebuilt 1796–1798. Demolished
St Antholin, Budge Row Anthony the Great C12th 1875 Church of England Rebuilt 1513, 1678–1684. Demolished
St Michael Queenhithe Michael C12th 1875 Church of England Rebuilt 1676–1686. Demolished 1876
All Hallows, Bread Street All Saints C13th 1878 Church of England Rebuilt 1681–1684. Demolished
St Dionis Backchurch Dionysus the Areopagite C13th 1878 Church of England Rebuilt 1674. Demolished
St Matthew Friday Street Matthew C13th 1885 Church of England Rebuilt 1682–1685. Demolished
St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street Mary Magdalene C12th 1886 Church of England Rebuilt 1683–1687. Demolished 1893
St Olave Old Jewry Olaf II of Norway C9th-C11th 1887 Church of England Rebuilt 1671–1679. Demolished 1887; tower remains
St George Botolph Lane George C12th 1890 Church of England Rebuilt 1671–1676. Demolished 1904
St Michael Bassishaw Michael C12th 1892 Church of England Rebuilt 1675–1679. Demolished 1900
All-Hallows-the-Great All Saints C12th 1894 Church of England Rebuilt 1677–1684. Demolished
St Michael Wood Street Michael C13th 1897 Church of England Rebuilt 1673. Demolished
Holy Trinity Gough Square Trinity 1837 1906 Church of England Demolished
St Peter le Poer Peter C12th 1907 Church of England Rebuilt 1792. Demolished
St Alphage London Wall Ælfheah of Canterbury C12th 1918 Church of England Moved buildings C16th. Rebuilt 1774–1777. Mostly demolished 1923, now ruins only
St Katherine Coleman Catherine of Alexandria Medieval 1926 Church of England Rebuilt 1741. Demolished
All Hallows Lombard Street All Saints C11th 1937 Church of England Rebuilt 1694. Demolished
St Mary Aldermanbury Mary C12th 1940 Church of England Damaged in Blitz. Stones rebuilt in Westminster College, Missouri 1966
Christ Church Greyfriars Jesus C13th 1940 Church of England Rebuilt 1306–1326. Was part of Franciscanmonastery. Rebuilt 1687. Destroyed, apart from tower, 1940
St Alban, Wood Street Alban C10th 1940 Church of England Rebuilt 1634, 1685. Partially destroyed in Blitz; tower remains
St Stephen Coleman Street Stephen C13th 1940 Church of England Rebuilt 1677, destroyed by bombing 1940
St Swithin, London Stone Swithun C13th 1940 Church of England Rebuilt 1420, 1678, damaged by bombing 1940 and demolished 1962
St Augustine Watling Street Augustine of Canterbury C12th 1941 Church of England Rebuilt 1683, destroyed in Blitz
St Dunstan-in-the-East Dunstan C11th 1941 Church of England Rebuilt 1817–1821. Damaged in Blitz; walls and tower remain
St Michael Paternoster Royal Michael C13th 1941 Church of England Rebuilt 1685–1694, 1966–1968 (after Blitz). Now HQ of Mission to Seafarers. Guild church
St Mildred, Bread Street Mildrith C13th 1941 Church of England Rebuilt 1677–1683, destroyed by bombing 1941
St Andrew Undershaft Andrew C12th ? Church of England Rebuilt C14th, 1532. Now part of St Helen’s Bishopsgate benefice
St Anne and St Agnes Anne & Agnes C12th ? Church of England Rebuilt 1548, 1680, 1966. Used by Lutheran Church 1966–2013. Now the Gresham Centre
St Botolph, Aldersgate Botwulf C13th ? Church of England Founded as Cluniac Priory. Rebuilt 1788–1791. Holds weekday Bible talks, run by St Helen’s[47]
St Edmund, King and Martyr Edmund the Martyr C13th ? Church of England Rebuilt 1670–1679. Disused, once base for London Centre for Spirituality, now a hospitality centre
St Ethelburga, Bishopsgate Æthelburh of Barking C13th ? Church of England Rebuilt 1411, 1993 (following bombing). Now Centre for Reconciliation and Peace
St Peter upon Cornhill Peter Ancient ? Church of England Now part of St Helen’s and used for Bible studies and youth clubs
St Clement, Eastcheap Pope Clement I C11th 2012 Church of England Rebuilt 1680s. Incorporates old tower of St Martin Orgar. Recently gutted to be turned into office space[48]

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St Margaret’s Church, Barking

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
St Margaret of Antioch, Barking Barking Margaret the Virgin [49] C13th Church of England Originated as part of Barking Abbey
SS Peter & Paul, Dagenham Dagenham Peter & Paul [50] C13th Church of England Rebuilt 1805. Bishop of Maidstone
St Chad, Chadwell Heath Chadwell Heath Chad of Mercia [51] 1884–1886 Church of England Daughter church to Dagenham until 1895
St Thomas, Becontree Becontree Thomas 1922 Church of England Building 1926–1927
St Patrick, Barking Barking Patrick [52] 1924 Church of England Rebuilt 1940; previously Church of the Ascension
St Martin, Becontree Dagenham Martin of Tours [53] 1925 Church of England Building 1931–1932. Parish of Becontree South
St Mary, Becontree Becontree Mary [54] 1927 Church of England Building 1935
St George, Dagenham Becontree George [55] 1929 Church of England Building 1935. Member of Reform and AMiE
St Elisabeth, Becontree Becontree Elizabeth [56] 1932 Church of England
St Alban, Becontree Becontree Alban [53] 1932–1933 Church of England Parish of Becontree South
St Cedd, Becontree Becontree Cedd [57] 1933 Church of England Rebuilt 1963. Nearby St Peter’s redundant 1997
St Erkenwald, Barking Barking Earconwald [58] 1934 Church of England Rebuilt 1954
St John the Divine, Becontree Becontree John the Evangelist [53] 1935 Church of England Parish of Becontree South
St Mark, Mark’s Gate Mark’s Gate Mark 1956 Church of England Rebuilt 2016
Christ Church, Thames View Thames View Jesus [59] 1958–1959 Church of England
Hartley Brook Church Dagenham Church of England United with St Mary’s Becontree
SS Mary & Ethelburga, Barking Barking Mary & Æthelburh [60] 1858 Roman Catholic Building 1869
St Vincent, Becontree Becontree Vincent? 1923 Roman Catholic
St Peter, Dagenham Dagenham Peter [61] 1926 Roman Catholic Building 1937. Served by Missionaries of Our Lady of Salette
Holy Family, Dagenham Dagenham Holy Family [62] 1931 Roman Catholic Building 1934
St Thomas More, Barking Barking Thomas More [63] 1935 Roman Catholic Served by Pallottines
St Anne, Becontree Becontree Anne 1937 Roman Catholic Rebuilt 1960. Served from St Thomas More, Barking[64]
Marks Gate Baptist Church Mark’s Gate Baptist
Barking Baptist Church Barking [65] Baptist
Becontree Avenue Baptist Church Becontree [66] 1929 Baptist Union New building 1964
Dagenham Baptist Church Dagenham [67] 1927 Baptist
Oxlow Lane Baptist Church Dagenham [68] Baptist Union
Upney Baptist Church Barking [69] 1935 Baptist
Wood Lane Baptist Church Becontree [70] 1932 Baptist
Barking Methodist Church Barking Methodist Barking, Dagenham & Ilford Circuit[71]
Beacontree Heath Methodist Church Becontree Methodist Barking, Dagenham & Ilford Circuit[71]
Old Dagenham Methodist Church Dagenham Methodist Barking, Dagenham & Ilford Circuit[71]
Barking Riverside Salvation Army Barking Salvation Army[72]
Dagenham Congregational Church Dagenham EFCC [73]
Osborne Square Church Becontree [74] EFCCFIEC
Becontree Church Becontree [75] 2014 Co-Mission / AMiE
Elim Christian Centre Barking [76] Elim
Bethel – London’s Riverside Church Dagenham Bethel [77] Assemblies of God
Rehoboth Tamil Church of God Dagenham Rehoboth [78] Church of God Tamil. Joined Church of God 2015
RCCG Rivers of Joy Becontree [79] RCCG Meets in St John the Divine, Becontree
RCCG Living Faith Connections Barking [80] 2000 RCCG Planted from RCCG Royal Connections
Potter’s House Christian Fellowship Ch. Barking Potter’s House[81]
Christ Apostolic Church Kingdom Builders Becontree [82] Christ Apostolic
COPUK Dagenham Central Assembly Dagenham [83] Ch of Pentecost UK
Tree of Life Dagenham Becontree [84] Tree of Life Network
Cornerstone Fountain Church Barking [85]
Victorious Pentecostal Assembly Barking Barking [86] 2000s
Power House International Ministries Dagenham [87] 1996
Kingsley Hall Church Dagenham [88] 1929
Glorious Ministries International Barking [89] 2005
Harmony Christian Centre Dagenham [90] 1997 Current building 2008. Has planted into Harold Wood
LifeLine Church Dagenham [91] 1970s
King’s Church Barking Barking [92]

Further information: Churches in Barnet

All Saints’ Church, Oakleigh Park

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
St Mary, Hendon Hendon Mary [93] C11th Church of England Hendon Parish
St Mary the Virgin, East Barnet East Barnet Mary [94] C11th Church of England
St Mary-at-Finchley Finchley Mary [95] C12th Church of England
St Mary the Virgin, Monken Hadley Monken Hadley Mary [96] Medieval Church of England
St Andrew, Totteridge Totteridge Andrew [97] C13th Church of England Rebuilt 1790s
St John the Baptist, Chipping Barnet Chipping Barnet John the Baptist [98] C13th Church of England Chipping Barnet Team. Rebuilt 1400
St Margaret of Antioch, Edgware Edgware Margaret the Virgin [99] C13th Church of England Edgware Parish
St John the Apostle, Whetstone Whetstone John the Evangelist [100] 1832 Church of England
St Paul, Mill Hill Mill Hill Paul [101] 1833 Church of England
St Peter, Arkley Arkley Peter [102] 1840 Church of England Chipping Barnet Team Ministry
Holy Trinity, East Finchley East Finchley Trinity [103] 1846 Church of England
Christ Church, Barnet Chipping Barnet Jesus 1845–1852 Church of England
All Saints, Child’s Hill Child’s Hill All Saints [104] 1857 Church of England
Christ Church, North Finchley North Finchley Jesus 1864 Church of England Building 1869–1891
Holy Trinity, Lyonsdown New Barnet Trinity [105] 1866 Church of England
St John the Evangelist, West Hendon Hendon John the Evangelist [106] 1866 Church of England Building 1896. United with St Matthias Colindale
St Peter-le-Poer, Friern Barnet Friern Barnet Peter [107] 1866 Church of England First building 1884, current building 1909
St Paul, New Southgate New Southgate Paul 1870 Church of England Building 1873. Bishop of Fulham
Christ Church, Hendon Hendon Jesus [108] 1881 Church of England Hendon Parish
All Saints, Oakleigh Park Oakleigh Park All Saints [109] 1883 Church of England
St Barnabas, Woodside Park Woodside Park Barnabas [110] 1885 Church of England
St Paul, Finchley Finchley Paul [111] 1885–1886 Church of England
St John, Friern Barnet Friern Barnet John the Evangelist [112] 1890 Church of England
All Saints, East Finchley East Finchley All Saints [93] 1891 Church of England Bishop of Fulham
St Stephen, Bell’s Hill Chipping Barnet Stephen [113] 1897 Church of England Chipping Barnet Team Ministry
St Mark, Barnet Vale Barnet Vale Mark [114] 1902 Church of England Chipping Barnet Team Ministry
St Alphage, Burnt Oak Burnt Oak Ælfheah of C’bury [115] 1904 Church of England Current building 1927
St Matthias, Colindale Colindale Matthias [106] 1905 Church of England Building 1934, rebuilt 1970s
St Jude-on-the-Hill Hampstead Garden Jude [116] 1908 Church of England Building 1911
St Michael & All Angels, Mill Hill Mill Hill Michael & Angels [117] 1909 Church of England Building 1922
Golders Green Parish Church Golders Green Alban the Martyr [118] 1910 Church of England Rebuilt 1933
John Keble Church, Mill Hill Mill Hill John Keble [119] 1932 Church of England Building 1936. Unique dedication
St Andrew, Edgware Edgware Andrew [99] 1937 Church of England Edgware Parish
St Peter’s Community Church, Stonegrove Edgware Peter [120] 1962 Church of England Edgware Parish[99]
St Augustine, Grahame Park Grahame Park Augustine of C’bury [121] 1975 Church of England Bishop of Fulham
Oakleigh Community Church Whetstone [122] Church of England Satellite church of St Barnabas, Woodside Park
St James, New Barnet New Barnet James [123] Church of England
Mary Immaculate & St Gregory the Great Barnet Mary & Gregory I [124] 1849 Roman Catholic
Mary Immaculate and St Peter, New Barnet New Barnet Mary & Peter [125] 1870 Roman Catholic First building 1904, current building 1938
Sacred Heart & Mary Immaculate, Mill Hill Mill Hill Sacred Heart, Mary [126] 1889 Roman Catholic Building 1905, rebuilt 1922–1923. Served by Cong of the Mission
St Mary, East Finchley East Finchley Mary [127] 1898 Roman Catholic Rebuilt 1952
St Alban, North Finchley North Finchley Alban [128] 1903 Roman Catholic Building 1909
St Edward the Confessor, Golders Green Temple Fortune Edw the Confessor [129] 1915 Roman Catholic
St Philip the Apostle, Finchley Finchley Church End Philip [130] 1919 Roman Catholic Building 1925
St Anthony of Padua, Edgware Edgware Anthony of Padua [131] 1931 Roman Catholic
St Patrick, West Hendon West Hendon Patrick [132] 1964 Roman Catholic
Annunciation, Burnt Oak Burnt Oak Annunciation [133] Roman Catholic
St Mary Magdalen, Whetstone Whetstone Mary Magdalene [134] Roman Catholic
Our Lady of Dolours, Hendon Hendon Mary [135] Roman Catholic
St Agnes, Cricklewood Cricklewood Agnes of Rome [136] Roman Catholic
St Margaret Clitherow, Grahame Park Grahame Park Margaret Clitherow [137] Roman Catholic
St Cyril of Turau & the Belarusian Patron Sts Woodside Park Kirill of Turovetc. [138] 2015–2016 Belarusian Catholic First wooden church built in London since 1666
Holy Cross & Archangel Michael, Golders Gn Golders Green Cross & Michael [139] pre-1970 Greek Orthodox Moved into current building (St Michael’s) 1970
St Catherine’s Greek Orthodox Church Whetstone Catherine of Alex Greek Orthodox Building previously St James the Great, Friern Barnet
St Mary & Archangel Michael Coptic Church Temple Fortune Mary & Michael [140] 1996 Coptic Orthodox Building was St Barnabas’ CoE
Hendon Baptist Church Hendon [141] 1873 Baptist Union Building 1886
Barnet Underhill Baptist Church Barnet [142] 1936 Baptist
High Barnet Baptist Church High Barnet [143] Baptist
East Barnet Baptist Church East Barnet [144] Baptist
Finchley Baptist Church Finchley Church End [145] Baptist
East Finchley Methodist Church East Finchley 1822 Methodist Building 1829, current building 1897
Barnet Brookside Methodist Church East Barnet [146] 1857 Methodist Two sites
Manor Drive Methodist Church Whetstone [147] 1938 Methodist
Edgware Methodist Church Edgware Methodist
Finchley Methodist Church Finchley [148] Methodist
Hendon Methodist Church Hendon Methodist
Trinity Church North Finchley North Finchley Trinity [149] 1864 Baptist / URC Baptist and URC churches united 1980
Mill Hill East Church Mill Hill East [150] Baptist / URC
Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church Hampstead Garden [151] 1909 Baptist? / URC Building 1911
Trinity Church Golders Green Golders Green Trinity Methodist / URC Methodist and URC churches united 1979[152]
Trinity Church Mill Hill Mill Hill Trinity [153] 1886 Methodist / URC Methodist and URC churches united 2008
Christ Church at Whetstone Whetstone Jesus [154] 1788 URC
St John’s United Ref Church, New Barnet New Barnet John [155] 1870 URC 1963 union of Presbyterian and Congregational churches
St Margaret’s United Reformed Church Finchley [156] 1893 URC Finchley Presbyterian & Congregational churches merged 1969
Barnet United Reformed Church Barnet [157] URC
Chesterfield Road United Reformed Church Barnet [158] URC
The Hyde United Reformed Church Colindale [159] URC
Union Church Totteridge Totteridge [160] URC
Wood Street United Reformed Church Chipping Barnet [161] 1669 URC Current building 1893
East Finchley Baptist Church East Finchley [162] 1877 FIEC New building 1889, 1902, 1931
New Barnet Quaker Meeting New Barnet 1873 Quakers
Golders Green Quaker Meeting Hampstead Garden 1913 Quakers
Edgware Quaker Meeting Edgware c. 1930s Quakers
Finchley Quaker Meeting Finchley 1945 Quakers Building 1967[163]
El Shaddai Intl Christian Centre London Golders Green [164] 2004 El Shaddai Intl CC Meets in Golders Green Hippodrome
Our Lady of Lourdes Friern Barnet Roman Catholic
St Matthias Edgware website Roman Catholic
St Michael and All Angels Edgware Church of England
St Paul Edgware Church of England

Church name Neighbourhood Dedication Founded Ended Denomination Notes
St James the Great, Friern Barnet Friern Barnet James C12th Church of England Closed, now St Katherine’s Greek Orthodox
St Luke, Finchley Finchley Luke 1905 1985 Church of England
St Michael, Golders Green Golders Green Michael 1910 1979 Church of England Building 1914, closed 1979 & given to Greek Orthodox
St Barnabas, Temple Fortune Temple Fortune Barnabas 1890s Church of England Building 1915. Closed, now Coptic Orthodox
St Peter, Cricklewood Cricklewood Peter 1882 1971 Church of England Building 1891
New Barnet Baptist Church New Barnet 1872 Baptist Demolished 1982
New Barnet Congregational Church New Barnet 1967
New Barnet Methodist Chapel New Barnet Methodist Closed

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St John the Baptist, Erith

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
All Saints, Foots Cray Foots Cray All Saints [165] C12th Church of England
St James, North Cray North Cray James [166] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1852. United with All Saints, Foots Cray
St John the Baptist, Erith Erith John the Baptist [167] C12th Church of England
St Michael, East Wickham East Wickham Michael [168] C12th Church of England Current building 1930, old chapel of ease now Gk Orthodox
Christ Church, Bexleyheath Bexleyheath Jesus [169] 1836 Church of England Current building 1872–1877
St John the Evangelist, Sidcup Sidcup John the Evangelist [170] 1844 Church of England Rebuilt 1900
St John, Welling Welling John the Evangelist [171] 1869 Church of England Current building 1926
Christ Church, Sidcup Sidcup Jesus [172] 1879 Church of England Building c. 1890
Holy Trinity, Lamorbey Lamorbey Trinity [173] late C19th Church of England
St Augustine of Canterbury, Belvedere Belvedere Augustine of C’bury [174] 1884 Church of England Building 1915–1916. Bishop of Richborough
Holy Redeemer, Lamorbey Lamorbey Jesus [175] 1909 Church of England Current building 1933
St Peter, Bexleyheath Bexleyheath Peter [176] 1930 Church of England Building 1956–1957
St Martin, Barnehurst Barnehurst Martin of Tours [177] 1931 Church of England Building 1936–1937
St Mary the Virgin, Welling Welling Mary [178] 1934 Church of England Building 1954–1955[179]
St James the Great, Blendon Blendon James [180] 1935 Church of England Daughter church of St John’s Bexley
St Andrew, Sidcup Sidcup Andrew [181] 1944 Church of England Current building 1964–1965
Bishop Ridley Church, Falconwood Falconwood Nicholas Ridley [182] 1957–1958 Church of England Daughter church to St John’s Welling
Church of the Cross, South Thamesmead Thamesmead Cross [183] early 1970s CoE / Meth / URC Thamesmead Team inc. St Paul’s & Will Temple
St Mary of the Crays Crayford Mary [184] 1842 Roman Catholic
Our Lady of the Angels Church & Friary Erith Mary [185] 1867 Roman Catholic served by the Capuchin Franciscans
St Lawrence of Canterbury, Sidcup Sidcup Laurence of C’bury [186] 1911 Roman Catholic Building 1930. Formerly served by the Marists
St Stephen, Welling Welling Stephen [187] 1923 Roman Catholic Building 1935
St John Vianney, Bexleyheath Bexleyheath John Vianney [188] 1933 Roman Catholic Building 1959
St John Fisher, Bexley Bexley John Fisher [189] 1935 Roman Catholic Current building 1978
St Thomas More, Bostall Park Bexleyheath Thomas More [190] 1936 Roman Catholic Building 1951
Our Lady of the Rosary, Blackfen Blackfen Mary [191] Roman Catholic
St John Fisher, Thamesmead Thamesmead John Fisher Roman Catholic Services held at St John Fisher School, Thamesmead[192]
Christ the Saviour, Welling Welling Jesus [193] Greek Orthodox
Foots Cray Baptist Church Foots Cray [194] 1836 Baptist
Sidcup Baptist Church Sidcup [195] 1889 Baptist
Albany Park Baptist Church Albany Park [196] 1941 Baptist Plant from Days Lane Baptist
Baldwyns Baptist Church Bexley [197] 1950 Baptist
Days Lane Baptist Church Blackfen [198] Baptist
Barnehurst Methodist Church Barnehurst Methodist Lesnes Abbey Methodist Circuit[199]
Bexleyheath Methodist Church Bexleyheath [200] 1860 Methodist Lesnes Abbey Methodist Circuit[199]
Pantiles Methodist Church Bexleyheath Methodist Lesnes Abbey Methodist Circuit[199]
Welling Methodist Church Welling Methodist Lesnes Abbey Methodist Circuit[199]
Emmanuel Church Sidcup Sidcup Jesus [201] 1879 Methodist / URC Orpington & Chislehurst Circuit. 1976 merger
Geddes Place United Reformed Church Bexleyheath [202] URC
Welling United Reformed Church Welling URC
Welling Salvation Army Welling Salvation Army[203]
Bethany Gospel Hall, Bexleyheath Bexleyheath Bethany [204] Gospel Hall
Wellspring Pentecostal Church Welling [205] 1939 Assemblies of God Building previously Congregational church
Bexleyheath Community Church Bexleyheath [206] 1990s Newfrontiers
New Community Church, Sidcup Sidcup [207] Newfrontiers
Avery Hill Christian Fellowship Sidcup [208] 1994 Ichthus?
New Generation Church Sidcup [209] Pioneer Network
Welling Gospel Chapel Welling [210] Independent

Further information: Churches in Brent

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St Matthew, Willesden

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
St Mary, Willesden Willesden Mary [211] C10th Church of England Contains shrine of Our Lady of Willesden
St Michael the Archangel, Tokyngton Tokyngton Michael [212] Medieval Church of England Became parish church 1933
St John the Evangelist, Wembley Wembley John the Evangelist [213] 1843–1846 Church of England
St Anne with Holy Trinity, Brondesbury Brondesbury Anne & Trinity [214] 1867 Church of England Shares building with St Andrew’s URC West Kilburn since 1997
St Michael & All Angels, Stonebridge Stonebridge Park Michael & Angels 1876 Church of England May be closed?
Holy Innocents, Kingsbury Kingsbury Holy Innocents [215] 1884 Church of England
St Gabriel, Cricklewood Cricklewood Gabriel [216] 1891 Church of England Building 1897. New Wine
St Matthew, Willesden Willesden Matthew [217] 1894 Church of England Building 1900–1906
St James, Alperton Alperton James [218] 1896 Church of England Building 1912, rebuilt 1990. Services in Tamil, Urdu & Hindi
St Martin, Kensal Rise Kensal Rise Martin of Tours [219] 1899 Church of England
St Catherine, Neasden Neasden Catherine of Alex [220] 1901 Church of England Building 1915–1916. (St Saviour’s 1883)
St Mark, Kensal Rise Kensal Rise Mark [221] 1903 Church of England Building 1914
St Andrew, Sudbury Sudbury Andrew [222] 1905 Church of England Building 1926
St Andrew, Kingsbury Kingsbury Andrew [223] 1933 Church of England Building (1847) moved from Marylebone. “Replaced” Old St Andrew’s
Annunciation, South Kenton Kenton Annunciation [224] 1938 Church of England
St Cuthbert, North Wembley North Wembley Cuthbert [225] 1938 Church of England Building 1958–1959. Began as daughter to St Andrew Sudbury
Ascension, Wembley Park Wembley Ascension 1957 Church of England Building 1957
Our Lady of Willesden Willesden Mary [226] 1886 Roman Catholic Building 1931
St Joseph, Wembley Wembley Joseph [227] 1901 Roman Catholic served by the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate
St Mary Magdalen, Willesden Green Willesden Green Mary Magdalene [228] 1902 Roman Catholic Building 1906, rebuilt 1938–1939
SS Mary & Andrew, Dollis Hill Dollis Hill Mary & Andrew [229] 1913 Roman Catholic Building 1933
St George, Sudbury Sudbury George [230] 1924 Roman Catholic Building 1927
Five Precious Wounds, Stonebridge Stonebridge Park Five Holy Wounds [231] 1926 Roman Catholic Building 1957, replaced 1967–1968
St Sebastian & Pancras, Kingsbury Green Kingsbury Green Sebastian, Pancras [232] 1926 Roman Catholic
English Martyrs, Wembley Park Wembley Park 40 English Martyrs [233] 1930 Roman Catholic Building 1971. Served by the Order of Augustinian Recollects
All Saints, Kenton Kenton All Saints [234] 1932 Roman Catholic Building 1963
St Erconwald, Wembley Wembley Earconwald [235] 1932 Roman Catholic Building 1969–1970
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Kilburn West Kilburn Heart of Mary [236] 1948 Roman Catholic Former Meth. chapel, served by Miss Oblates of Mary Immaculate
Transfiguration, Kensal Rise Kensal Rise Transfiguration [237] 1960 Roman Catholic Moved to current building 1977
St Patrick, Neasden Neasden Patrick [238] 1980–1981 Roman Catholic
Old St Andrew’s, Kingsbury Kingsbury 2008 Romanian Orthodox Building C12th–13th, redundant 1977, given to R Orth 2008
Lindsay Park Baptist Church Wembley [239] 1957 Baptist Union
Kingsbury Free Church (Baptist) Kingsbury [240] Baptist
Kensal Rise Baptist Tabernacle Kensal Rise [241] 1891 Baptist Rebuilt 1995
Sudbury Baptist Church Sudbury [242] 1911 Baptist
Ealing Road Methodist Church Wembley Methodist Wembley Methodist Circuit
Neasden Methodist Church Neasden Methodist Wembley Methodist Circuit
Park Lane Methodist Church Wembley [243] 1887 Methodist Wembley Circuit. New buildings/sites 1895, 1907, 1925, 1962
Queensbury Methodist Church Queensbury 1936 Methodist Building 1938. Barnet Methodist Circuit
Sudbury Methodist Church Sudbury Methodist Wembley Methodist Circuit
Harlesden Methodist Church Harlesden Methodist
African Methodist Episcopal Church Kensal Rise African Meth Episcopal Shares Kensal Rise Methodist Church
St Andrew’s URC West Kilburn Kilburn Andrew [244] URC Shares building with St Anne with Holy Trinity, Brondesbury since 1997
SS Margaret & George URC/Moravian Church Harlesden Margaret & George URC / Moravian[245]
Harlesden Salvation Army Harlesden Salvation Army[246]
Kilburn Salvation Army Kilburn Salvation Army[247]
West Kilburn Baptist Church West Kilburn [248] 1865 FIEC
Church of God in Wembley Wembley Needed Truth[249]
Wembley Gospel Hall Wembley [250] 1894 Gospel Hall Building 1924
Uxendon Gospel Hall Wembley Gospel Hall
Wembley Church of Christ Wembley [251] Churches of Christ
North Wembley Community SDA Church Wembley [252] 7th-Day Adventist
Alpha & Omega Christian Fellowship Kingsbury [253] Elim
Church on the High Road, Willesden Willesden [254] Elim
Elim Community Church Centre, Harlesden Harlesden Elim
Wembley Christian Centre Wembley [255] 1992 Elim
New Life Christian Centre International Wembley [256] 1941 Assemblies of God
Willesden New Testament Church of God Willesden [257] NT Church of God
Beulah Apostolic Church, Willesden Willesden [258] 1950s Church of God in Christ Planted 5 churches
Calvary Church of God in Christ Kensal Green Church of God in Christ
Christ Apostolic Church (Mount Joy) Brondesbury [259] Christ Apostolic Church Plants in Wrexham, Wolverhampton, Luton
Harlesden Church of God (Seventh Day) Harlesden [260] Church of God (7th-Day)
RCCG Majesty Court Wembley [261] 1996 RCCG
Universal Church of the Kingdom of God Willesden UCKG[262]
Ruach City Church Kilburn Kilburn [263] Ruach Network
Apostles’ Continuation Church International Wembley [264] Apostles’ Continuation
Charismatic Renewal Ministries UK Neasden Charis. Renewal[265]
Spirit of Jesus Church in the UK Kingsbury Spirit of Jesus Church
Church of God Evangelism Harlesden [266] Independent
French Christian Community Bethel Harlesden Independent
Harvest Church Wembley [267] Independent
House on the Rock Wembley [268] Independent
Miracle Signs and Wonders Ministries Kingsbury Independent
New Life Tokyngton Church Tokyngton Independent
Oasis Church Neasden Neasden Independent
True Vine Pentecostal Church Kilburn Independent

Further information: Churches in Bromley

St Mary’s Church, Downe

The borough has an estimated 135 churches for 326,900 inhabitants, a ratio of one to every 2,421 people.

Church name Location Dedication Web Founded Denomination Notes
SS Peter & Paul, Cudham Cudham Peter & Paul [269] C11th Church of England United with St Mary, Downe
All Saints, Orpington Orpington All Saints [270] C11th Church of England
St Mary, Downe Downe Mary [269] C11th Church of England United with SS Peter & Paul, Cudham
Keston Parish Church Keston None [271] C11th Church of England
St Giles the Abbot, Farnborough Farnborough Giles [272] C11th Church of England
St John, West Wickham West Wickham John the Baptist [273] C11th Church of England Rebuilt C15th
St Nicholas, Chislehurst Chislehurst Nicholas [274] C11th Church of England Rebuilt C15th
St Martin of Tours, Chelsfield Chelsfield Martin of Tours [275] C11th Church of England
St George, Beckenham Beckenham George [276] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1885–1887
SS Peter & Paul, Bromley Bromley Peter & Paul [277] C12th Church of England Rebuilt 1327, 1824, 1949–1952
St Mary the Virgin, Hayes Old Hayes Mary [278] C12th Church of England
St Mary, St Mary Cray St Mary Cray Mary [279] Medieval Church of England
Holy Trinity, Bromley Common Bromley Common Trinity [280] 1839 Church of England
St John the Evangelist, Penge Penge John the Evangelist [281] 1847 Church of England
St Mary, Bromley Bromley Mary [282] 1862–1863 Church of England
St George, Bickley Bickley George [283] 1864 Church of England
St Paul, Anerley Anerley Paul [284] 1865 Church of England Anerley Team. Building 1978
St Mary, Shortlands Shortlands Mary [285] 1868 Church of England
Annunciation, Chislehurst Chislehurst Annunciation [286] 1870 Church of England
Christ Church, Chislehurst Chislehurst Jesus [287] 1872 Church of England
St Paul, Beckenham Beckenham Paul [288] 1872? Church of England
All Souls, Pratts Bottom Pratts Bottom All Souls [289] late C19th Church of England United with St Mary’s Green St Green
Christ Church, Beckenham Beckenham Jesus [290] 1875–1876 Church of England
St Michael & All Angels, Beckenham Beckenham Michael & Angels [291] 1877 Church of England Rebuilt 1890, 1900
Holy Trinity, Beckenham Penge Trinity [292] 1878 Church of England
St James, Beckenham Beckenham James [293] 1879 Church of England
St John the Evangelist, Bromley Bromley John the Evangelist [294] 1880 Church of England
St Edward the Confessor, Mottingham Mottingham Edward the Confessor [295] 1880 Church of England Renamed from St Andrew’s and rebuilt 1936
Christ Church, Bromley Bromley Jesus [296] 1886 Church of England
St Luke, Bromley Common Bromley Common Luke 1887 Church of England
St Paul, Crofton Crofton Paul [297] 1888 Church of England
St Andrew, Orpington Orpington Andrew 1893 Church of England
St Mark, Bromley Bromley Mark [298] 1898 Church of England Rebuilt 1952
St Mark, Biggin Hill Biggin Hill Mark [299] 1904 Church of England Building 1952–1959, was redundant All Saints North Peckham
St Augustine, Bromley Common Bromley Common Augustine? [300] Church of England
St Barnabas, Beckenham Beckenham Barnabas [301] Church of England
St Andrew, Bromley Bromley Andrew 1929–1931 Church of England
St Francis, West Wickham West Wickham Francis of Assisi [302] 1933 Church of England Building 1936. United with St Mary, West Wickham
St Mary of Nazareth, West Wickham West Wickham Mary [303] 1934 Church of England Building 1954
St Francis of Assisi, Petts Wood Petts Wood Francis of Assisi [304] 1935 Church of England
St Mary, Green Street Green Green Street Green Mary [289] 1937 Church of England United with All Souls Pratts Bottom
St Barnabas, St Paul’s Cray St Paul’s Cray Barnabas [305] 1950 Church of England Building 1962–1964
St Nicholas, Orpington Orpington Nicholas [306] 1957–1958 Church of England
Unity Church Orpington Orpington [307] 1969 CoE / Newfrontiers Merger of three churches 2012
Christ Church, Orpington Orpington Jesus [308] Church of England One part of Unity Church Orpington?
Park Langley Church Beckenham [309] 2007 Church of England Plant from Christ Church Bromley
Christ Church, Anerley Anerley Jesus [284] Church of England Anerley Team. Building 1990
St John, Eden Park Eden Park John the Baptist [310] Church of England
St Andrew, St Mary Cray St Mary Cray Andrew [311] Church of England
St George’s RAF Chapel Biggin Hill George [312] 1943 Inter-denominational Rebuilt 1951
St Mary, Chislehurst Chislehurst Mary 1852 Roman Catholic Building 1853–1854
Our Lady of the Crays St Mary Cray Mary [313] 1873 Roman Catholic Was St Joseph’s. Building 1895, rebuilt 1950s, 2010
St Anthony of Padua, Anerley Anerley Anthony of Padua [314] 1878 Roman Catholic Rebuilt 1898, 1927
St Edmund of Canterbury, Beckenham Beckenham Edmund of Abingdon [315] 1891 Roman Catholic Building 1891, new buildings 1927, 1938
St Joseph, Bromley Bromley Joseph [316] 1892 Roman Catholic Current building 1912
Holy Innocents, Orpington Orpington Holy Innocents [317] 1909 Roman Catholic
St Swithun, Bromley Common Bromley Common Swithun [318] 1910 Roman Catholic
St Theresa, Biggin Hill Biggin Hill Thérèse of Lisieux [319] 1925 Roman Catholic Building 1930
St Mark, West Wickham West Wickham Mark 1936 Roman Catholic Building 1938, current 1962–1963
St James the Great, Petts Wood Petts Wood James [320] 1937 Roman Catholic First building 1939, current 1964
Our Lady of the Rosary, Hayes Hayes Mary 1938 Roman Catholic Building 1956
St Patrick, West Chislehurst Chislehurst Patrick [321] 1953 Roman Catholic Building 1961 (was previously a cinema)
St Michael & All Angels, Farnborough Farnborough Michael & Angels [322] 1961–1964 Roman Catholic
St John’s Coptic Orthodox Church Beckenham John? [323] Coptic Orthodox
Bromley Baptist Church Bromley [324] 1863 Baptist
Bromley Common Baptist Church Bromley Common [325] Baptist Union
Penge Baptist Church Penge [326] 1865 Baptist Union
Beckenham Baptist Church Beckenham [327] 1883 Baptist Union
Poverest Road Baptist Church Orpington [328] 1930s Baptist Building 1960s
Coney Hill Baptist Church Coney Hill [329] 1940s Baptist
Avenue Baptist Church, Beckenham Beckenham [330] Baptist Union
Chislehurst Baptist Church Chislehurst Baptist
Crofton Baptist Church Crofton [331] Baptist
Orpington Baptist Church Orpington [332] Baptist
Green Street Green Baptist Church Green Street Green [333] Baptist
Southborough Lane Baptist Church Bromley [334] Baptist
Hayesford Park Baptist Church Hayes [335] Baptist
Elmstead Baptist Church Chislehurst [336] Baptist
New Life Church Biggin Hill Biggin Hill [337] 1923 Baptist / Newfrontiers Renamed 1985, 2009
Anerley Methodist Church Anerley [338] 1865 Methodist Blackheath & Crystal Palace circuit
Chislehurst Methodist Church Chislehurst [339] 1868–1870 Methodist
Beckenham Methodist Church Beckenham [340] Methodist Bromley Circuit. Two church buildings
Bromley Common Methodist Church Bromley Common [341] Methodist
Bromley Methodist Church Bromley [342] Methodist Bromley Circuit
Hawes Lane Methodist Church West Wickham [343] Methodist Bromley Circuit
Orpington Methodist Church Orpington [344] 1909 Methodist New building 1953
Petts Wood Methodist Church Petts Wood [345] Methodist
Mottingham Methodist Church Mottingham [346] Methodist Orpington & Chislehurst Circuit
Beckenham United Reformed Church Beckenham [347] 1875 URC Began as Beckenham Congregational
Bromley United Reformed Church Bromley [348] URC Shared pastor with Trinity Bromley URC
Hayes Free Church Hayes [349] URC
St John’s URC, Orpington Orpington John? [350] URC
Temple URC, St Mary Cray St Mary Cray Temple [351] 1853 URC Rebuilt 1955
Emmanuel United Reformed Church West Wickham Jesus [352] 1886 URC
Elmers End Free Church Elmers End [353] 1880 URC Shares pastor with Emmanuel URC West Wickham
Trinity Bromley United Reformed Church Bromley Trinity [354] 1895 URC Founded as Trinity Presbyterian
Christ Church URC, Petts Wood Petts Wood Jesus [355] 1939 URC Began as Petts Wood Congregational
Giggs Hill Church St Paul’s Cray [356] 1958 URC Began as St Paul’s Congregational
Christ Lutheran Church Petts Wood Jesus [357] Evangelical Lutheran
Bromley Temple Corps Bromley [358] 1886 Salvation Army
St Mary Cray Salvation Army St Mary Cray Salvation Army[359]
Penge Salvation Army Penge Salvation Army[360]
Penge Congregational Church Penge 1912 Cong Federation May predate building
Elmstead Baptist Church Chislehurst [361] FIEC
Downe Baptist Church Downe [362] 1851 Grace Baptist SE
Hayes Lane Baptist Church Bromley [363] 1893 Grace Baptist SE
Bromley Quaker Meeting Bromley Quakers[364] Building 1962
Orpington Quaker Meeting Orpington Quakers[365] Began following closure of Petts Wood meeting
Holmcroft Church Bromley [366] 1986 Assemblies of God
BCC Church Bromley [367] Assemblies of God
Hope Church Bromley Bromley Common [368] Newfrontiers Meets in St Luke’s Bromley Common
Hope Church Chislehurst Chislehurst [368] Newfrontiers
Hope Church Downham Downham [368] Newfrontiers
Hope Church Orpington Orpington [368] Newfrontiers One part of Unity Church Orpington?
Hope Church West Wickham West Wickham [368] Newfrontiers
King’s Church St Paul’s Cray St Paul’s Cray [369] 1997 Newfrontiers
King’s Church London – Downham Downham [370] Newfrontiers Prev. Downham Way Family Church. Joined KCL 2011
Ichthus Chislehurst Chislehurst [371] 1980s Ichthus
Bromley Vineyard Church Bromley [372] Vineyard
RCCG Inner Court Beckenham [373] RCCG
RCCG His Royal Majesty’s House St Paul’s Cray [374] 2003 RCCG
Mountain of Fire & Miracles Ministries Beckenham MOFAM[375]
Citygate Church Beckenham [376] Christian Outreach Ctr
Jubilee Church Bromley Bromley Common [377] 1970s Pioneer Network EA
Neighbourhood Church Beckenham Beckenham [378] Independent
New Creation Church London Chislehurst [379] Independent
Bromley Town Church Bromley [380] Independent EA
Vineyard Chapel Bromley Bromley [381] Independent
Brook Lane Community Church Downham [382] 1928 Independent EA
The Oak Community Church St Paul’s Cray [383] Independent EA
Cornerstone Christian Centre Bromley Jesus [384] 1982 Independent
The River Church St Paul’s Cray [385] Independent
Fullness of Christ Ministries Orpington [386] 2010 Independent
Amazing Grace Church Bromley [387] Independent

Church name Location Dedication Founded Ended Denomination Notes
SS Peter & Paul, St Paul’s Cray St Paul’s Cray Peter & Paul 1950s 2008 Roman Catholic Merged into St Joseph’s St Mary Cray (renamed St Mary of the Crays)

Further information: Churches in Camden