A large prominent building on the west side of Bexley. The architect was G. Low and it was built in 1881-82.
A suburban hall church of 1937, the chancel is separated from the nave which is effectively a hall area.
Hidden away behind the houses on Burnt Oak Lane, a church of 1936-37 by Edward John Walters of F.A. Walters and Sons.Aisles and a narthex were added in the 1960s by Walters and Kerr Bate
A small church with a big car park, just behind the main street in Welling. It was built in 1935 and designed by Edward John Walters.
On the edge of Danson Park, a church of 1926 by Evelyn Hellicar.
Near Sidcup station. It was designed by Ewan Christian and built 1879, restored in 1949 after war damage.
In quiet suburbia with a large garden area to the front. It was designed by A.S.R. Ley and built 1933. The interior has been realigned to face the long wall, leaving the chancel as a small chapel.
In the far west of the borough of Bexley, a small, very evangelical church of 1957-58
Built in 1967, but not used as a church since the late 1980s. It is now used as a community hall.
In a quiet street behind the town centre. Built in 1958-59 to replace a 1930s church. It was designed by Henry Bingham Towner.