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St Bede, Bishops Avenue, Chadwell Heath (Roman Catholic)

Dating from 1963 by Purcell and Johnson in a neat group with the hall and presbytery.

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St Mark, Marks Gate, Chadwell Heath

A small church on an estate on the north site of Chadwell Heath. It dates from 1956.

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Hartley Brook Church, Dagenham

A small hall down a dead end street, a chapel of ease to St Mary, Becontree.

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St John the Divine, Goresbrook Road, Dagenham

Nominally an Anglican church but seemingly mainly used by The Redeemed Christian Church of God. It dates from 1986.

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St Anne, Woodward Road, Dagenham (Roman Catholic)

A chapel of ease to St Thomas Moore dating from 1958.

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St Thomas Moore, Longbridge Road, Barking (Roman Catholic)

A couple of kilometres north west of Barking town centre, a church of 1991 by Gerald Murphy of Burles, Newton and Partners added on to an older building of 1935.

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St Mary and St Ethelburga, Linton Road, Barking (Roman Catholic)

Close to the town centre by John Newton of Newton, Burles and Partners and dating from 1979 replacing a 19th century church.

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St Peter, Werrington Road, Becontree (now Forward in Faith Ministries International)

Built as a temporary Anglican church by Edward Meredith in 1931. The brick built east end was added in 1958-59 and designed by J.J. Crowe. It was made redundant and taken over by the Zimbabwean Forward in Faith Ministries International.

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St Cedd, Lodge Avenue, Becontree

By Thompson & Whitehead, dating from 1964 and having part of its roof repaired in early 2013. It replaced a church built in the 1930s.

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St Patrick, Blake Avenue, Barking

Built in 1940 and designed by A.E. Wiseman. Its claim to fame is its eastern round tower, in a very Charles Holden style. Subsequent changes have led to many of the windows being bricked up.

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