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Tucked away east of the centre of Hackney. It is a work by Newman and Billing of 1872-73 with the tower and spire added in 1882. The interior has been emptied of many fittings.
By James Spiller 1791-94, restored after fire in 1955 by N.F. Cachemaile-Day and William C. Lock. During the Covid pandemic the interior was reordered by the Holy Trinity, Brompton plant that occupies the building. This page shows the current layout in the first set of images and the 2013 layout seen on my first visit.
A Bodley & Garner church of 1890-92, with the western bays of the nave added by Cecil Hare in 1911-12. The name comes from this originally being a mission to the east end from Eton School. The church has recently been restored alongside the construction of new buildings on either side of the site. The lower photos show the church in December 2012 prior to the work,the upper ones post restoration in September 2017.
|Pre restoration pictures below|