Built in 1868 by E.C. Robins. It was made redundant in 1979, having been disused since 1975. It is now offices of Mark Allen Group, a publishing company.
Just off Brixton Hill, a church of 1874-75 by E.C. Robbins. It was made redundant in 1977 and is now used by the new Testament Church of God, a pentecostal church.
An impressive church of 1852-53 by Benjamin Ferrey. The chancel is divided off as a hall.
Just north of Brixton town centre. It was built in 1870, designed by Arthur J. Phelps, as Brixton Independent Church. It was damaged in WW2 and reopened as a Catholic church in 1953. The apse paintings date from 2010 by Mauritzia Lees.
Standing out at the northern end of Brixton Road, this is a byzantine style church of 1902 by Beresford Pite. The western end is divided off with the worship area under the dome and in the chancel
An incomplete church on a grand scale designed by John Francis Bentley. Only the chancel, chapels and transepts were finished between 1886 and 1904. A small entrance area and hall were added 1983-84. The high altar, reredos and some of the glass are Bentley designs.
In a large churchyard at the apex of Brixton Hill and Efra Road. Designed in 1822 by C.F. Porden. The basement is used as commercial premises.