Right on the border with Surrey at the southern tip of Croydon borough, this is a hall church by A.W. Kenyon build 1957. The chancel can be screened off from the hall area when the hall is in secular use.
A little nearer the centre of Addiscombe than the Roman Catholic church and Parkview Church this is a large church of 1931-1934 designed by Cecil Hare and his last church. A whole complex of buildings was constructed around its westwards and northwards to give extensive community facilities in 2007. Included in this is a small open courtyard chapel between the church and the extension. The interior of the church was redecorated in late 2018 giving it a very fresh look inside.
Built in 1913 as Chapel-of-ease. It was superseded by St Midred, just along the road in 1934. It was sold to the Open Brethren but was most recently used by an organisation called Christians in Action. The architect is unrecorded.
Not far from the Anglican St Mildred, it is a large church of 1963-1964 by Denny & Bryan
The church was established in 1937 and a hall (still in use) built, and up to the construction of this building, designed by John L. Denman, it also functioned as the church. The church was built in 1952 with some easternadditions, including the blue and cream Lady Chapel in 1960.
A small church of 1955 in a dip. It was designed by Laings alongside nearby housing. It is a hall church with the chancel able to be screened off from the hall area (as shown below).
A small church from 1957 by Bernard F. Moss.