Southwark

The Archdiocese of Southwark has 181 churches (as of 2009). The cathedral is in Southwark, London, and is dedicated to St George. The Diocese of Southwarkwas founded in 1850, being elevated to become an archdiocese in 1965. It encompasses the areas of the London Boroughs south of the River Thames, the whole county of Kent and the Medway unitary authority.

Swanley – Church of the Apostles

Originally a late Victorian Anglican hospital chapel by Edward l’Anson, the building was bought for use as a... Read More

Sydenham – Our Lady and St Philip Neri

A compact brick church of 1957-59 by Walters & Kerr Bate, with a landmark tower added in 1961. The interior has... Read More

Sydenham Kirkdale – The Resurrection of Our Lord

A small church of c.1974 by Broadbent, Hastings, Reid & Todd, with later additions. Of hexagonal plan, it has a... Read More

Tenterden – St Andrew

A modest and inexpensive church by the well-known Roman Catholic architect Wilfrid Mangan, substantially altered in... Read More

Thamesmead Central – St Paul’s Ecumenical Centre

A functional  ecumenical centre of 1976-78, with a  dedicated Catholic worship space. The building is jointly owned... Read More

Theodore – Cranbrook – St Theodore

A typical 1950s small church of some architectural pretension (but not particular distinction), located in the... Read More

Thornton Heath – St Andrew

A modest portal framed church of the late 1960s, replacing a former Masonic  Hall  which  had  been  acquired... Read More

Tolworth – Our Lady Immaculate

A large and handsome 1950s Italianate church by W. C. Mangan, who designed many Catholic churches in this style.  ... Read More

Tonbridge – Corpus Christi

A church of some architectural distinction by a local architect, in a Free Gothic style characteristic of the period... Read More

Tooting – St Boniface

Originally  a  plain  early  20th   century  church,  typical  of  many  built under the patronage of Miss... Read More

Tooting (Links Road) – Our Lady of the Assumption

A modern building of little historical or architectural significance in itself, though containing some fragments of... Read More

Tooting Bec – St Anselm

An  interesting  design,  fusing  elements  of  Classical, Gothic, Romanesque, Byzantine and Romanesque design.... Read More

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