Originally Harold Hill Baptist Church, it was bought and converted by the JSO and opened in October 2018. Owing to multiple sets of railings around the locked grounds the foundation stone image is a not terribly good montage.
A large A framed building of 1966-67 by John Newton of Burles, Newton and Partners.
A small suburban church of 1890, which hides inside a large amount of late twentieth and early twenty first century art.
Designed By W.C. Mangan and built in 1964-65. The interior features a large amount of Goddard & Gibbs stained glass.
A hall/church built 1954-1956 well east of Collier Row town centre.
A hall just outside Romford town centre formerly owned by the Royal Association for Deaf People, which has been used for Anglican worship in the past. By 2019 it had become a day nursery
Built in 1958 south-west of Romford town centre. The architect seems unrecorded.
In suburbia south of the District Line, a hall/church built in 1956.
Constructed in 2002 and designed by John Marsh of MEB Partnership. It replaced a church of 1957 which is shown on a painting in the foyer. Photos from 2013 show the church seated, those from 2020 with the auditorium cleared.