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Places of Worship

Greenwich Multi-Faith Forum

Greenwich offers many places of worship for most religions and denominations. Within the Greenwich community is the Greenwich Multi-Faith Forum set up to foster good relations between members of the various faiths found within the London Borough of Greenwich.

All Saints, C of E

All Saints, Church of England, Royal Parade Blackheath SE3, sit situated in a prime site on the edge of the Heath. The church was designed by the architect Benjamin Ferrey (1810 - 1880). The stone walls are Kentish rag surfaces with a spire on the south-west corner. The original church was built in 1857, The Earl Of Dartmouth provided the land. Later additions were the Vestries (1890) and porch (1899) were added by A W Blomfield.

St Alfege's Church

St Alfege was Archbishop of Canterbury in 1012 when captured by Danes who held him to ransom, when the ransom was not paid he was put to death in the area of Greenwich. The current church was built in 1714 and designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, the church is built from stone quarried in Portland, Dorset. During the 2nd World War the church interior was gutted but was carefully restored by Sir Albert Richardson in 1953.
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