This red brick church is finished with stone dressings. It is built in on a difficult site on a hill, which also meant taking a photo was tricky! The resulting angles have played havoc with the perspective! The first view is taken from the junction of St Peter's Road and Chapel Park Road.
The architect was James Brooks and the building was erected in 1885 in the Early English style of architecture. There is a Lady Chapel and a polygonal vaulted baptistry.
This rather strange picture (taken from St Peter's Road, which is much lower than the church, shows the south side.
Here is the view of the east end from the junction of Bohemia Road and Chapel Park Road.
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