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All Souls Church
A church in a prominent location that fortunately puts its best face forward. The most interesting portion of All Souls is the classical rotunda and columns topped with a church steeple. Like most pieces of great architecture from the Eiffel Tower to the Chrysler Building, this church was ridiculed at first. People thought it was a strange combination of classical and religious motifs.
> December, 1823 - Construction is completed.
> November, 1824 - The church opens.
> 1940 - The church is severely damaged by an explosion.
> 1951 - The congregation moves back into the now repaired church.
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I listen to 2-3 sermons each evening via my MP3 and I really value the spirit filled teaching from All Souls. Praise God for your ministry.
Hannah Showler - Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 @ 9:43pm
When we are in London on a Sunday, we enjoy services at All Souls. It is exactly what I expect of an Episcopal/Anglican church and service - never disappointed. We are looking forward to attend again this year when in London over the Christmas holidays.
Dani deH. Sacks - Sunday, May 31st, 2009 @ 2:44am
When I have been to London,I have tried to get an oppourtunity to attend a service at your church. It has been a very good experience, and I have felt that The Holy Spirit has been moving.
Tor valle - Monday, January 16th, 2006 @ 2:52pm
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