St Mary's Church, Islington - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing a virtual tour of the inside of St Mary's Church in Islington. This is a well lit church with large widows allowing in a lot of natural light. There are wall paintings between the organ banks above the entrance.
St Mary's Church, Islington - FURTHER INFORMATION
St Mary's Church, Islington - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'St Mary's Church, Islington' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.
St Mary's Church in Islington, London, is a Church of England church, with an active and vibrant church community. A church has stood on this site for many centuries, with the earliest one built in Norman times (11th century). The current building dates from 1956 as the earlier church was destroyed by bombing during the Blitz of WWII.
St Mary's, Islington, is rooted in Open Evangelical tradition, with an active fellowship and mid week small-group meetings. It runs Alpha courses and has an active mission programme. The church also has a wide impact in the local community, demonstrated by the associated Neighbourhood Centre, St Mary's Pre-School, St Mary's School and a vibrant youth club. There are various halls and rooms that may be hired for private functions.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Essex Road, Cross Street, Upper Street.
Tube: Angel (Northern line), Highbury & Islington (London Overground, Victoria lines)
Train: Essex Road Station, Highbury & Islington Station.