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. Architect: William Butterfield. 1865. Queensgate Mews, Kensington, Greater London SW7 5JE.
Interior of the pulpit bears an inscription from John 4:25, one of two passages of scripture that define Christ as Messiah.
- The Exterior
- The Interior
- Painted tiles with types and antitypes of Christ
- The church's Victorian and later stained glass
“Church of St Augustine, Kensington and Chelsea.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 April 2013. Listing NGR: TQ2658578731.
Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. Architecture Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Baltimore: Penguin, 1963.
Thompson, Paul. William Butterfield, Victorian Architect. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971.
Last modified 8 April 2013