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Christ Church, Spitalfields is an Anglican parish church standing at a very strategic location between the City of London and the East End. Its congregations are drawn largely from those who live or work locally. The Church has a heart for social...more
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Christ Church Commercial Street | Spitalfields, London E1 6LY, England
We were strolling the neighborhoods off of Brick Lane and ran into this beautiful Anglican church built in the early 1700s. We didn't go in but it looks like it is used as a music venue. Worth the detour if you are nearby!
This is probably the most iconic and beautiful building in the Spitalfields area, a beautiful design by Hawksmoor. Unfortunately, the church was closed when we tried to visit in the break between Christmas and New Year, so seeing the interior will have to wait for...More
We've been going here for a while now. It's a spectacular building, and has a great cafe too. The highlight by far is the 5pm Sunday service they run. Great music, friendly people, and free food and drinks. Hope you'll love it as much as...More
Located in London’s East End, Spitalfields area, Nicolas Hawkmoor’s magnificently restored Baroque masterpiece, this (very) tall-spired Anglican church was built between the years 1714 and 1729 as part of the church building program backed by Queen Anne.
Beautifully austere or sever exterior, with an amazing...More
The sense of peace and quiet here is very marked amid the hustle and bustle of the outside world; come here to reflect and to rest. The church has undergone an astonishing renovation and the Richard Bridge organ has been re-ordered to perfection - the...More
This is a very fine church which is worth a visit if you are in the area. There is a cafe in the crypt. It is a deceptively large church with balconies. A fine example of the architecture of Hawksmoor.
It is great to see this Nicolas Hawskmoor masterpiece which had fallen in the 1960s into virtual dereliction fully restored to its former glory. I had for many years attended concerts as part of the Spitalfields festival as the church was reconstructed all around. It...More
For a glimpse of Georgian and Victorian London at its most pristine, or a peek into what's apt to be the next big global trend, the hipster zone of Spitalfields can provide hours of amazement. Around the clock, this is a haven for early morning bargain hunters sizing up its street markets, foodie foragers throughout the day, or late night revelers hitting some of London's most popular bars and clubs. Wedged
between the business-minded City of London, expressly trendy Shoreditch, and zestful Whitechapel, the lines between traditional and contemporary beautifully blur in this historic East End nexus.