The Churches of Britain and Ireland
Lewisham, Greater London
Of the High Street U.R.C. (originally Congregational, 1866) only the spire remains. Another view. Gerard advises that the name change took place in 1972, so presumably the demolition of the rest of the church took place after then. Both © Gerard Doherty (2010).
High Street U.R.C. Hall (1866) on Courtfield Road is shared by The Potter's House Christian Church (Christian Pentecostal) and Longchen Foundation (Bhuddist). © Gerard Doherty (2010).
Loampit Gospel Hall on Undercliff Road dates from 1901, when it was built for the Presbyterian Church of Wales - they left in 1924. © Gerard Doherty (2010).
The recently built Lewisham Methodist Church on Albion Way is also used by the Redeemed Christian Church of God for Bible Study. © Gerard Doherty (2010).
St. Margaret on Lee Terrace, built 1839-41. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, both © Gerard Doherty (2010). This church is also listed under Lee, Greater London, as Gerard advises that although the official website says it is in Lee, the postcode is for Lewisham. Link1. Link2.
St. Saviour (R.C., 1909) on Lewisham High Street. © Gerard Doherty (2010). Link.
St. Stephen (1865) on Cressingham Road. © Gerard Doherty (2010). Link.
04 March 2023
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