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Church House - Westminster

Building  From 1940 

Categories: Religion

The Westminster site was first used for Anglican church meetings and administration in 1888. In 1891 - 1902 a new design for the whole site was partially built but never completed.

The current building is Listed. From the Listing text: Assembly Hall, chapel and offices. Built 1936-40 by Sir Herbert Baker and A.T. Scott for Church of England.

Facades on: Dean's Yard, Great Smith Street, Little Smith Street and Tufton Street. Used by Parliament and the United Nations during and after WW2.

The photo shows the assembly hall.

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Church House - Westminster

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Church House - centenary

This tablet was unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen on 25th October 1988 to com...

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Church House - foundation stone

This foundation stone was placed here by Her Majesty Queen Mary, twentysixth ...

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Church House - opened

This building was opened by His Majesty King George VI accompanied by Her Maj...

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