Serving Thamesmead South much nearer to Abbey Wood station than St Paul. It dates from 1975 and is much used for community purposes (including the worship space).
Very close to Christ Church, a domed church of 1906 by Edward Goldie. Financial issues meant that completion had to wait until 1930.
To the east of the town centre, but hidden down a side turning. It is a large church of 1899-1901 by George Fellowes-Prynne, added to a chancel and lady chapel of 1882 by R.J. Withers. It features one of Fellowes-Prynne’s characteristic stone screens. The pulpit is of 1651. The church more foundation and consecration stones than any other church I know of.
The parish church for western Sidcup. It is by A.R. Baker and Son, 1900-1901.
A small medieval chapel now used as a storage room at Ruxley Manor garden centre. The parish was united with North Cray in 1557.
In the Albany Park Estate east of Sidcup. It dates from 1964 by Braddock, Martin-Smith and Lipley. Built on a slope with halls underneath and a church on top.
On the edge of attractive parkland bordering the Cray Valley. The church was rebuilt by Edin Nash in 1850-52 (nave) and 1871 (chancel). The tower was added in 1857.
The original parish church for Bexley in a wooded churchyard easy of Old Bexley village centre. It dates from the 13th century but was heavily restored by Basil Champneys in 1882-83.
Close to the centre of Old Bexley, it is a building of 1974-74 by Ivor Day and O’Brien.