French Protestant Church of London

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French Protestant Church in Soho Square
Tympanum (1950) French Protestant Church Soho Square

The French Protestant Church of London (Église Protestante Française de Londres) is a Huguenot Protestant church in Soho Square, London. It is a registered charity under English law.[1]

It was founded by King Edward VI by a Royal Charter of 1550 and now occupies a building by Aston Webb erected in 1891–93 in Soho Square, which is Grade II listed.

It is the only remaining Huguenot church in London; 23 were in existence in 1700, at the height of the French refugee population following the 1685 Revocation of the Edict of Nantes.[2]

A related charity, The French Huguenot Church of London Charitable Trust, established in 1926, provides funds for the church and other charitable objects.[3]

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