An eccentric exterior by Inwood and Clifton 1837-1839. The interior was rebuilt by A Llewellyn-Smith within the old walls in 1957-58. The main feature is the martyrdom of St Stephen by Brian Thomas. The interior was being set up for filming when I visited.
Since 1997 a Steiner School, the church was designed by Charles Barry 1826-28.
By A.D. Gough from 1855, with the chancel, aisles and clerestory added in 1871 by Edwin Clare.
Built as part of the Highbury Park estate and designed by Habershon and Brock in 1869-70
Designed by Robert L. Curtis and built in 1916.
Originally the derelict King Edward VII pub at 64 Barnsbury Road, it became an Anglican church in 1994. There appear to be no church like fittings inside.