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At the apex of a Crescent near Earls Court Station. This is a centre of Anglo-Catholicism built in 1884-88 by H. Roumieu Gough. The interior has many arts and crafts fittings (e.g. lectern, altar rails, royal arms) of 1897-1910 by Bainbridge Reynolds, together with a huge reredos of 1913-14 by Gilbert Boulton to designs by Ernest Geldart.
The parish church for Hammersmith town centre. It is on something approaching a traffic island on three sides, with the fourth made up of the elevated M4 passing a few feet away. It is a large church of 1882 by H. Roumieu Gough and J.P. Seddon. recent restoration has seen the addition of a large western extension with offices and a cafe and an emptying of much of the church’s furnishings in favour of a modern evangelical style.