The Church of Spitfield, located in the East End of London, is a beautifully restored Baroque masterpiece built in 1714 as part of Queen Anne's support for the church building program. The interior is beautifully decorated, with special attention to a huge pipe organ, and the cafe is in the basement.
Rear view as seen from the Rectory garden where The Six crowd are having a BBQ! :))
Spitalfields is in east end London, near Liverpool Street station and Brick Lane. It is shaking off the association as a lower economic area and becoming a great place to shop and eat where the prices are reasonable and the quality often high. There are many markets including the historic Old Spitalfields Market, founded in the 17th century, Sunday UpMarket, and the various other Brick Lane Markets on Brick Lane. There is some notable architecture such as Christ Church Spitafields. And there are other arts venues such as the Whitechapel Art Gallery. The area is well worth a visit.
The church is very old. It feels a little damaged in many places here, but the furniture inside is new. The huge Jesus image is very shocking.
A magnificent church with a long history and many people come here on weekends.