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Oakleigh Community Church, Oakleigh Road North, Whetstone

A church plant from St Barnabas, Woodside Park but now an independent congregation. The building is a small hall not far down the road from All Saints. The lower images show the church in April 2017, and the upper ones show it in January 2023 with an extension on the side, this acts as a hall but can be opened up to extend the worship area which is on the left-hand side of the building.


All Saints, Oakleigh Road North/Myddleton Park, Whetstone

Just east of the town centre, a large church by Joseph Clarke and dating from 1881-83. The chancel contains a decorative scheme by Sidney Gambier-Parry and the incumbant the Rev. Miles. Most of this is by Ward and Hughes.


St Mary Magdalen, Athenaeum Road, Whetstone (Roman Catholic)

Just off the High Road in the town centre, it was built in 1958 to designs by W.C. Mangan.


St John the Apostle, High Road, Whetstone

At the south end of the town centre. It was built in 1832, with James Brooks adding window tracery, roof, chancel and vestry in 1879. The east window is by Morris & Co dating from 1880.