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St Mary the Virgin, Lansdowne Road, Tottenham

A typical large church of 1885-87 by J.E.K. Cutts. Church website

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St Mark, Bush Hill Park, Enfield

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.

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St Matthew, South Street, Ponders End

The nave and north aisle are by H.J. Paull and date from 1877-78 and to which J.E.K and J.P. Cutts added a chancel and chapel in 1900.

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St George, Freezy Water, Enfield Wash

A typical large suburban church by J.E.K and J.P. Cutts dating from 1899-1906.

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Ascension Church Centre, Custom House

A large, now subdivided church by J.E.K Cutts and J.P. Cutts dating from 1903-07. It was part of a misson founded by Felstead School, Essex. The chancel is used for worship and the nave and aisles as a hall and associated facilities.

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St Alban, Albert Road, Ilford

A typical church by J.E.K. and J.P. Cutts built 1899-1910.

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St John the Evangelist, Aldborough Lane South, Seven Kings

The chancel and eastern nave by J.E.K. Cutts and J.P. Cutts 1902-03, the western part of the nave 1906, and the aisles finished by Cutts, Davis & Boddy 1913-14. In 1989-1990 the church interior was realigned by 180 degrees and divided. The Baptistry became the Sanctuary, with the western half of the nave becoming a worship area and gaining a large new stained glass window by Derek Hunt in 2005. The two arts and crafts windows in the former baptistry are by Louis Davis from 1908.The eastern end of the nave became an entry area and lounge and the chancel became a hall area with a kitchen in the north aisle and the south chancel chapel is now a storeroom.