St Mary-at-Finchley Church is the Church of England parish church for Finchley. It is located in Hendon Lane, in the town centre, near Finchley Library.
The church was established sometime in the 12th century. There is reference to a church here in 1274, and evidence of a building even before then. By 1356 it was dedicated to St Mary. The building has been altered many times since its foundation and the oldest parts, the north wall and the tower (which seems to have had a steeple during the 16th and 17th centuries), date from the reign of King Henry VII.
Binggan BaBa | May 31, 2017
Matthew 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost!
Harry Zacharias | Apr 24, 2016
We used the Blue Beetle Hall here for a workshop venue. Had all the facilities we needed, except it would have been nice to have a projector.
J Li | Sep 24, 2016
Used the hall for Magic the Gathering card game was nice and spacious :)
leela davis | Sep 3, 2016
Lee Minett | May 7, 2018
Nice quaint church with a peaceful memorial park.
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