Click on images to enlarge them. Photographs by the author, who would like to thank Mr. John Boshier, the church's knowledgable and enthusiastic visitors' guide, who explained the building's history and pointed out many of its fascinating details. [You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite it in a print one.]
Butterfield; the style is early English. In five niches of its octagon shape there are paintings by a local artist on metal panels of Christ and four Latin Doctors: Sts. Gregory the Great, Ambrose, Augustine, and Jerome). A contemporary commentator described them as ‘unworthy, and they should (soon) be replaced’. In the first week after the consecration of the church [11 June 1850] sermons were preached from this pulpit by the great leaders of the Oxford Movement: John Keble, R. B.Pusey, J. M. Neale, and Archdeacon (later Cardinal) Manning” (“Guide”).. “The stone pulpit . . . is thought to be by [William]
Additional photographs of St. Barnabas
- The exterior of the church
- The Chancel and Sanctuary
- The Organ
- Full-length statues of saints and the Virgin Mary
- Miscellaneous carvings in wood and stone
- Baptistery and Font
- Chapel of St. John the Baptist
“A Short Guide to St. Barnabas's Church, Pimlico.” Four-page guide available at the church.
St Barnabas Pimlico (church website). 20 April 2015.
Last modified 20 April 2015