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Ecclesiological Society – Three new places of worship

8 December 2021 - 18:30 - 21:00

The Twenty-Fourth Stephen Dykes Bower Memorial Lecture



Julia Barfield of Marks Barfield, Architects on the RIBA Award-winning new Cambridge Central Mosque which was shortlisted for this year’s Stirling Prize https://cambridgecentralmosque.org/;

Julian de Metz of de Metz Forbes Knight, Architects on the design for the new Finchley Reform Synagogue https://www.frs.org.uk/;

Chris Oakley, Architect on the design and development of the Church of St Francis at The Engine Room, Tottenham Hale. This is the first Church of England church built in London for forty years https://www.engineroom.org.uk/st-francis

Practical Information

6.15 pm for 6.30 pm on Wednesday 8th December in the Lecture Hall of The Art Workers’ Guild, 6, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, W.C.1., followed by an informal reception.

This event will also simultaneously take place as a Zoom meeting. Those who book for this option will receive details of how to access the meeting by email 2-3 days before the 8th December.

Attendance fee

There are two price tickets

£17.50 if you wish to attend the event in person at the Art Workers’ Guild and the reception afterwards;

£5.00 if you wish to attend the event by Zoom only.

Venue: nearest London Underground stations Holborn and Russell Square. Any queries about access to the Guild’s premises or other matters should be made to Paul Velluet at paul.velluet@velluet.com



The Ecclesiological Society


The Art Workers’ Guild
6 Queen Square
London, WC1N 3AT United Kingdom
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