A church of 1951 on the large Hainault estate.
The chapel of a medieval hospital on the edge of Ilford town centre. South aisle and lady chapel were added in by J.M. Brooks in 1889-90. There are two Burne Jones designed William Morris windows.
Alongside the busy Eastern Avenue, it dates from 1951-52.
Designed by J.J. Crowe and built in 1956.
From 1952-53, designed by D.R.Burles. It is in the shopping centre of a large post war estate.
A small chapel of ease, the architect seems unrecorded but the church dates from the late 19th century with later additions.
Facing Wanstead Flats (a large area of open land not a housing estate). Designed by Charles Spooner and completed in 1914.
Very near All Saints anglican church, it dates from 1895-96 and was designed by A.J.C. Scoles
Dating from 1874 and designed by F.E.C. Streatfield. It sits very attractively at the north end of Woodford Green. A large extension called The Atrium has been built onto the north side connecting it to halls and other rooms.
The church for the commercial centre of Woodford near the station. It was designed by Edwin T. Dunn in 1910-11 and the west end was added in 1963-64 by Laurence King.