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Church recorded since the 13th century. Destroyed in the Great Fire 1666, rebuilt by Wren, demolished 1841 so that Threadneedle Street could be widened.
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St Bartholomew by the Exchange
Site of St Bartholomew by the Exchange, burnt 1666, rebuilt by Wren, demolish...
Priest. Ordained as a deacon in 1966 and as a priest in 1967. He served in curacies in Coventry and Winchester before coming to Southwark.
Person, Community / Clubs, Religion
In 1290 Edward I expelled Jews from England and for centuries, apart from those that practised their religion in secret, there were no Jews in England. In 1657, following a petition to Cromwell an...
Event, Politics & Administration, Religion
The mediaeval church dates from 1174. Rebuilt in 1437 and then destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Rebuilt by Christopher Wren 1680.
Place, Architecture, Religion
During WW2 the US armed forces worshipped at the Grosvenor Chapel and partied at Rainbow Corner.This seems a good place to mention the searchable on-line honour roll of 28,000 Americans based in Br...
Group, Armed Forces, Religion, USA
Priest and social reformer. Born Australia to parents who were there as missionaries. Educated in England. Vicar of Christ Church, Watney Street from 1929-48. Held left-wing views that he acted...
Person, Politics & Administration, Religion, Social Welfare, Australia