St John the Evangelist Church, Oxford

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St John the Evangelist Church, Oxford

St John the Evangelist Church is a Church of England parish church on Iffley Road in Oxford, England. It was founded as a mission of the Society of St John the Evangelist (the Cowley Fathers).[1] Since 1980 it has served also as one of the college chapels of St Stephen's House, Oxford.[2]

The building was designed by G.F. Bodley predominantly in a Decorated Gothic style and built in 1894–96.[3] Its aisles and chancel have pinnacled flying buttresses.[4] The castellated west tower was added in 1902.[5] The east, west and north-east windows contain stained glass designed by C.E. Kempe and made in about 1900.[4]

St. John's is a Grade I listed building.

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Coordinates: 51°44′48″N 1°14′24″W / 51.74667°N 1.24000°W / 51.74667; -1.24000