The present building, re-dedicated in 1955, replaced the original building destroyed by incendiary bombs in 1941. The architect was Sir Edward Maufe. Fine rose window, ‘The Creative Spirit of God’, by Moira Forsyth. The London Scottish Chapel contains the Rolls of Honour of the London Scottish Regiment. The arms of the Scottish Counties, painted in heraldic colours, are carved at the base of the tall windows all round the church.
Sunday 11.00am, Wednesday 1.00pm, occasional evenig services, see website
Open 9.30am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday
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