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This is quite unassuming as a church but as you walk around Waterloo it is worth taking time to pause and enjoy a different church. Does not ha e a large spire or Cathedral like dome but has its own beauty.
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I visited midweek in December, quiet day at the church and yet there was a couple of food stalls and the church was open. I don’t know the church but there appears to be a sense of community about the place. Musical equipment and lighting...More
We attended a funeral today in the church, but was surprised to see how bright and airy it is. Loved the modern murals on the walls. The food stalls outside are weird but smell amazing. Lovely architecture with gorgeous pillars outside. Right opposite Waterloo station.
We were invited to attend a concert by the Southbank Sinfonia by some students that we had met. The Church of St John the Evangelist was built to the designs of the architect Francis Octavius Bedford in 1824. The Church was renovated by Blomfield in...More
I visited this church to attend a choral concert. Its architecture is striking both inside and outside and its acoustics are very good. Inside there is a magnificent organ ( at least it looks to be a very fine one - though it wasn't played...More
St John's is an Anglican Greek Revival church, built in 1822-24 but greatly restored after being hit by a bomb during the London blitz in 1940. The interior is now light and airy, and as well as being a centre of worship the church is...More
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Did you check on TripAdvisor or Bookings? Put in that you want to be near St. Johns Waterloo and see what comes up. We stayed at the Hilton London Kensington - bus just outside the door and tube nearby.