Just north of the town centre, by E.W. Pugin 1868 with a sanctuary of 1931-32 by W.C. Mangan.
In Stratford new town, designed by Humprheys and Hurst 1952-53.
Little more than a pre fabricated hall in back streets north of Maryland station.
Just off the Romford Road, east of the town centre and now split in two with a pre school in the west end. It is of 1894-96 by E.P. Loftus-Brock, completed by James Richardson and George Patrick after his death.
The vicarage of a former church, adapted by APEC in 1988 into a community centre with a tiny chapel in the front room. Cottrell & Vermeulen added the roadside features to make it more church like in 1993-94.
Built as an unusually styled anglican church by E Douglas Hoyland in 1910-12 but now Greek Orthodox.
Built in 1980 but now used as a nursery but still appently owned by the Church of England.