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St Luke, Front lane, Cranham

Constructed in 2002 and designed by John Marsh of MEB Partnership. It replaced a church of 1957 which is shown on a painting in the foyer. Photos from 2013 show the church seated, those from 2020 with the auditorium cleared.


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Moor Lane Church, Cranham

A hall used as an outpost by St Luke, Cranham since 1983. The lower two pictures are from 2013 the upper two from 2020. As can be seen a new frontage has been added to the church.

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St Peter, Cranham (Roman Catholic)

A 1960s hall used for Sunday mass and many other activities.


All Saints, The Chase, Cranham

Down a narrow lane on the edge of the Essex marshes. Cranham church is about as remote as you get in Greater London. The church stands near to Cranham Hall. It was designed by Richard Armstrong in 1873. There are some monuments from the previous medieval church and glass largely by Hardman.