The church of St Katharine Cree dates back to the 13th century. The current building was constructed in 1633 and the imposing Jacobean architecture is unique in London.
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A lunchtime Holy Communion service takes place every Thursday at 1.05pm and is followed by sandwiches.
There are no services in the weeks after Christmas and Easter or during the month of August, when the church is closed.
The nave of St Katharine's viewed from the organ gallery.
The rose window was reputedly modelled on that of old
St Paul's Cathedral, destroyied in the Great Fire
photo David Illif