St Giles’ Church

Southwark

St Giles’ Church

St Giles’ Church, Southwark

St Giles’ is the parish church for Camberwell, in south-east London. It is a grade II* listed building designed by George Gilbert-Scott (who also designed St Pancras Station, the Albert Memorial and Glasgow University). It has stained glass windows designed by John Ruskin. It is a great example of an early, neo-gothic, Victorian church and one of the largest in south London. There is seating for approximately 500 people in the church (however, fire regulations will usually only permit approximately 400 people in the church at any time). The organ was designed by Charles Wesley, and is one of the last organs of its kind.

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