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Cathedral of the Dormition of the Mother of God, Trinity Road, Wood Green (Greek Orthodox)

Barely a 150 metres from St Bartholomew, this is a former Methodist church of 1872, designed by the Rev. J. N. Johnson,  called Trinity Chapel that was acquired in 1970 and extensively redecorated in Orthodox style.  Church website

 

   
 
   
      

St. Barnabas, Finsbury Road, Wood Green Greek Orthodox)

Just off Bounds Green Road between Wood Green and Bowes Park. This is a former Baptist chapel of 1876 that was used by the Catholic Apostolic from 1904 up to the mid 1960s before passing to the Greek Orthodox church. Church website

   
   
   
           

St Mark, Gladstone Avenue, Wood Green

The church of the Noel Park estate, just behind Wood Green town centre. It is by Rowland Plumbe and dates from 1889. The comprehensive stained glass scheme is all by Arthur J. Dix, just a selection is shown here.

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Good Shepherd (Former), Stirling Road, Wood Green

Originally an Anglican church of 1961. It was sold to the Eritrean Bethel church and also shared with the Pilgrim Tabernacle. In 2013 it was up for sale for conversion or redevelopment.

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St Cuthbert, Wolves Lane, Wood Green

One of the few evangelical churches in the area. It is by J.S. Alder and dates from 1906-1907, with a west end finished in 1930. Church website

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St Michael, Bounds Green Road, Wood Green

A prominent site north of Wood Green town centre. The orignal church was of 1844 by G.G. Scott and W.B. Moffatt but rebuilt in 1865 by H. Curzon, the tower and spire were added in 1874 and 1887 respectively. The tower was restored in 2013. The glass is by Ward & Hughes and Burlison & Grylls, with the later St George by local business Cakebread Robey.

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St Paul, Wood Green (Roman Catholic)

On Station Road between Alexandra Palace Station and Wood Green, a church of 1969-1970 designed by John Rochford and Partners. The narthex contains a large number of older windows.

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