Another of the most beautiful of South-East London's Churches, in High Gothic style, with some Pugin details, Our Ladye, Star of the Sea lies on the western side of Greenwich park, and its spire is a notable feature of the local skyline.
|Nice Sunset over Greenwich Park, featuring the church spire|
Sadly, no longer a Parish Church in its own right, Our Ladye's now serves as a chapel-of-ease to St. Joseph's, East Greenwich, although a full compliment of Sunday Masses are still celebrated there.
The Church's Gothic Revival interior includes a most ornate Sanctuary, complete with rood screen, and there are a number of nice details and statuary. This link covers the interior in more detail.
|The Rood Screen|
Liturgy is Novus Ordo, and tends to feature folk hymns, which aren't quite my preference. This is another church in which I would love to see the Usus Antiquior celebrated, making use of the Sanctuary in the way it was originally intended.
|Cutty Sark Tavern|