Building    From 13/6/1909  To 1996

Church of Christ Scientist - SW1

Categories: Religion

A Grade II listed building designed in the Byzantine Revival style by Robert Fellowes Chisholm. In its heyday it had congregations of up to 1400, but as attendance diminished, they moved to a smaller church and the building was closed. In 2000 it was purchased by Cadogan Estates Ltd. and following refurbishment was opened as The Cadogan Hall in June 2004. It produces an eclectic range of concerts, and is also used as a recording studio. Its stained glass was designed by a Danish nobleman, Baron Arild Rosenkrantz.

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Church of Christ Scientist - SW1

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Church of Christ Scientist - SW1

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Mr. J. Welbelove

Mr. J. Welbelove

Member of Kingston Spiritualist Church in 1927.

Person, Community / Clubs, Religion

1 memorial
Church House - Westminster

Church House - Westminster

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, Religion

3 memorials
James Walworth

James Walworth

Monk at London Charterhouse. Exiled to the Charterhouse in Hull and then executed in York.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
James Hutton

James Hutton

A minister in the Moravian church and the Aldersgate bookseller of John Wesley's Journal. He convened the meeting at which John Wesley's second conversion took place.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
John Conder, DD

John Conder, DD

Non-conformist minister.  Born in Cambridgeshire.  Died Hackney.  Buried in Bunhill burial ground.  

Person, Religion

1 memorial