Bishop Andrewes Church

<span style="font-size: 1rem;">Bishop Andrewes is one of two sibling Anglican churches serving the estate of St Helier in South London. We are a small community who desire to make Jesus the heart of our estate community. A number of community events take place in our premises during the week. Every Sunday we gather at 9am to worship and receive teaching from the Bible. We are informal. We think that our mission is 'out there', to join with what the Holy Spirit would like to do in the community. We think that every person is has a unique role to play in making Jesus the heart of our community. There is a place waiting for you.</span>

Built: 1932

Architect: Geddes Hyslop
Listing: not listed

The church was built in 1932 to the design of Mr Geddes Hyslop ARIBA. It has a central squat tower with 3 bays of pointed arch construction in reinforced concrete to east and west. The sanctuary occupies the east end and since reordering the worship area terminates at the crossing. A new vestry occupies the north aisle.

A large hall now takes up the transepts and crossing with sliding/folding doors in to the worship area to allow for expansion on special occasions. The west end contains a small hall, kitchen, lobby, lavatories, etc. with gallery over.