The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Bexley, Greater London

Bexley on Wikipedia.

All photos Dave Westrap.

Blendon Methodist Church. TQ 473 741. Link1. Link2.

Old Bexley Baptist Church. TQ 495 736.

St. James the Great (Blendon parish). TQ 474 737.

St. John Fisher (R.C.). TQ 494 736. Link.

St. John the Evangelist (1881). Another view. Interior view. TQ 490 736. Link1. Link2. Link3.

St. Mary the Virgin. TQ497 734. Link1. Link2.

U.R.C. (1890).

Previously in the "Unknown" section, this grade II listed building was (understandably) suspected of being a church. It stands close to the A2 at TQ 472 742. I'm grateful to Charles Amis and Janet Gimber for advising that despite it being known locally as Chapel House, it has never been a church. The spire was added to a cottage to make the view from the then new Danson House more interesting - this was in the 1770's. The view was obstructed in the 1960's when the A2 was made a dual carriageway. There's even a large stone in the garden which can be mistaken for a tombstone, but is in fact a cover for a well.





04 March 2023

Steve Bulman

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