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A people with hearts on fire, loving God, walking with Jesus and led by the Spirit

East Dulwich: St John

Dulwich Deanery

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Address

East Dulwich Road
London
SE22

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Parish Contacts

The Revd Gill O'Neill (Vicar)

 

St John's Vicarage, 62 East Dulwich Road, London SE22 9AU
Tel: 07958 592425
E-mail: vicar@stjohnseastdulwich.org

Parish Office

Tel: 020 8693 3897
E-mail: office@stjohnseastdulwich.org

Parish website: http://www.stjohnseastdulwich.org/

Sunday Services

Details of all Sunday and weekday services and activities may be obtained from the parish contacts

Information

Patron: Cuddesdon College, Oxford

Population (2001 census): 9,598
Urban Priority Area: Yes

Deanery: Dulwich
Archdeaconry: Southwark
Episcopal Area: Woolwich
Diocesan Record Office: London Metropolitan Archives

Details of church

External photoBuilt: 1865/1951
Architect: Charles Bailey/J B S Comper
Listing: grade 2

The present building is a post war reconstruction of an 1865 building which was bombed in 1940. The 1865 church was designed by Charles Bailey, a local architect. Built of Kentish Ragstone with Bath Stone dressings, the nave and aisles were covered with a large slated pitched roof with dormer windows lighting the nave. There was an apse and a south east tower and spire. The vestry block was added in 1915.

The apse and tower survived the bombing, and in 1947 Sebastian Comper was appointed architect for rebuilding the church. He raised the height of the nave walls by 9 feet to allow a clerestory to be formed to light the nave. This changed the profile of the church, which now has separate nave and aisle roofs. The restored church was consecrated in 1951.

A church hall extension was added to the church, providing a new west end entrance. It is designed in a traditional style to 'match' the existing building. Architects were P & B Anstell - Evans.