Discovered this beautiful church during lunchtime explorations of the Farringdon area. Although signposted, it's 'hidden' in Ely Place. The downstairs room was full of diners on my first visit, so couldn't be entered. That treat came later. The church upstairs was open however and is every bit as stunning as the pics depict. Material is available to explain the stain-glass windows. A lunchtime service seems to be held daily and young city workers form part of the congregation. Sundays are supposed to be popular for worshippers who travel from afar to be part of the service. Booklets explaining the history of the church are available for purchase.
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