A typical large church by J.E.K. and J.P. Cutts from 1893-1915. As with virtually all of their churches the tower is incomplete.
Well sited on a corner, It is one of J.S. Alder’s conservative early 20th century gothic buildings. The east end dates from 1906-07, the west from 1915.
Just south of the town centre a basilica style church of 1958 by J.E. Sterrett and B.D. Kaye.
Enfield parish church, in the Market Place in a churchyard set back from the main street. It is basically a much restored medieval church with the south aisle rebuilt in brick in 1824 by W.C. Lochner. Other restorations were carried out by J.P. St. Aubyn in 1866-67 and J.O. Scott in 1908-09
One of James Brooks’ final churches, eastern parts 1899-1900 and nave 1908. High on a ridge in the north of the borough.
A late William Butterfield church of 1883. It sits on a hilltop above Enfield and near the Ridgeway. The chancel was decorated in 1897 with designs by Nathaniel Westlake and Charles Buckeridge. It was restored in 2012 and presents a great contrast with the rather plain nave. Much of the stained glass was designed by Butterfield and made by Heaton, Butler and Bayne.
A suburban church between Enfield Town and Gordon Hill, by Carpenter & Ingelow 1874, the west end and and apse 1963.