St Stephen's, Gloucester Road

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St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road
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St Stephen's, Gloucester Road
51°29′45″N 0°11′01″W / 51.4957°N 0.1836°W / 51.4957; -0.1836Coordinates: 51°29′45″N 0°11′01″W / 51.4957°N 0.1836°W / 51.4957; -0.1836
Location Gloucester Road, Brompton, London
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Traditional Catholic
Architecture
Architect(s) Joseph Peacock
Years built 1866-67
Administration
Deanery Chelsea
Archdeaconry Archdeaconry of Middlesex
Episcopal area Kensington (Bishop of Kensington)
Diocese Diocese of London
Clergy
Bishop(s) The Rt Revd Jonathan Baker (AEO)
Vicar(s) Interregnum

St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road is a Grade II* listed Anglican church in South Kensington, London, England. The church was built in 1866-67, and the architect was Joseph Peacock.[1]

As a traditional Anglo-Catholic parish, rejecting the ordination of women to the priesthood and as bishops, it receives alternative episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Fulham (currently Jonathan Baker). The parish is a member of Forward in Faith.[2]

The poet T. S. Eliot served as a churchwarden at St Stephen's; between 1933 and 1940 he lived in the church's presbytery on Grenville Place.

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