“The present church was erected by Sir C. Wren in 1683 at the cost of £3,328 13s. 10d. It has been described as one of his most successful exteriors”
Herbert Reynolds, ‘The Churches of the City of London’, 1922

A part of Wales in London
In 1879 Queen Victoria granted Welsh Anglicans the right to worship here in perpetuity in their own language. This has continued every Sunday since.
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Sir Christopher Wren’s church
This is an unspoilt Wren church, almost square, with a tower built on the remains of the original destroyed in the Great Fire in 1666.
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Open for London Open House weekend: Sat 17/Sun 18 Sept

Dedication of the memorial stone to
Revd.Thomas John Thomas by the Archbishop of Canterbury: Monday 19 Sept
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Sundays at 11am and 3.30pm in Welsh (with English translation)
Thursdays, 11am to 3pm or by arrangement
Experience St Benet
Come to St Benet, whether you want to look around this Grade I listed building or would like to attend a Welsh/English service.
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