Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead

Side view of Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead.JPG
Emmanuel Church is a historic Grade II church in West Hampstead, a suburb of London, England.

The church is located on the corner of Lyncroft Gardens and Fortune Green Road, just off West End Green.

Services started in a schoolroom at West End Green in 1846. However, the church was formally founded in 1875.

The current building was designed by architect J. A. Thomas in the Gothic Revival architectural style. Construction began on 19 June 1897 and was completed on 29 June 1903. It was built with red bricks. The south chapel inside the church has a painting by Frank O. Salisbury.

The church is still active. Services are conducted every weekday and eucharists every Sunday.

The church building has been listed as Grade II by English Heritage since 11 January 1999.

This page was last edited on 9 January 2018, at 16:09.
Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_Church,_West_Hampstead under CC BY-SA license.

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