St James' Church, Muswell Hill

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from St James, Muswell Hill)
Jump to: navigation, search
St James, Muswell Hill
Parish Church of St James
Location St James Lane, Muswell Hill, London N10 3DB
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Church of England
Website www.st-james.org.uk
History
Consecrated 1842
Architecture
Architect(s) Mr Adler
Architectural type Perpendicular Gothic
Groundbreaking 1900
Completed 1911
Administration
Parish Muswell Hill
Deanery West Haringey
Archdeaconry Hampstead
Episcopal area Edmonton
Diocese London
Province Canterbury
Clergy
Vicar(s) The Revd Chris Green
Curate(s) The Revd Peterson Feital
Assistant priest The Revd Gaz Daly
The Revd Jim Salladin
Laity
Reader(s) Paul Ellerby
John Parker

St James Church, Muswell Hill is a large Anglican church in London, known as "the Church on the Hill". The original building was consecrated in 1842, and a church school was completed nearby in 1850.[1] The foundation stone for the current building was laid in 1900. The building was gutted by World War II bombing, and the restored church was rededicated in 1952.

References[edit]


Coordinates: 51°35′21″N 0°8′43″W / 51.58917°N 0.14528°W / 51.58917; -0.14528