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St David’s Home Chapel, Castlebar Hill, Ealing, W5 1TE
A care and rehabilitation home founded after WW1 and run by a Roman Catholic order until 2002. The chapel is just inside the gates. It was built by A.S.G. Butler in 1919
Cathedral of St Mary (Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church Of The East), Westminster Road, Hanwell
A former chapel (Baptist/Congregational) that was built in 1868. The main building was much larger and is now demolished and the current building appears to have been a hall/schools at the rear of the building. It was consecrated by the Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church Of The East as their cathedral in 1987.
St Nicholas, Federal Road, Perivale
The church by Laurence King and built in 1963 was demolished in Spring 2014. It has been replaced by a new church along with a small housing development. The First 4 pictures show the site in May 2014 and the next 6 the church under construction in October 2014. The next 3 were taken in March 2015. The lower pictures show the church as completed.
|Demolished church May 2014|
|Early construction October 2014|
|Later construction March 2015|
The completed church
seen in April 2018
St Stephen, The Avenue, Ealing
There are two St Stephens.The old church sits on an island site. The chancel nave and south aisle date from 1875-76 and were designed by J. Ashdown. In 1880 A. Rovedino extended the south aisle and added a south transept. The landmark tower and spire were added by Arthur Blomfield in 1891. It was converted to flats in 1985-87. In replacement a parish centre was added to the early 20th century church hall over the road, this was designed by I.Goldsmid in 1986. The old church hall is now the worship area.
St Christopher, Bordars Lane, Hanwell
St John Fisher, Langdale Gardens, Perivale (Roman Catholic)
Holy Trinity, Medway Drive, Perivale
The building facing the road dates from 1936 and is by N.F. Cachemaile-Day, it was originally dedicated to St Edward the Confessor. In 1998 a new church shared with the United Reformed Church was constructed to the rear. A visit in October 2022 saw the old church in permanent use as a nursery and the new church seemingly only holding URC services.