Church of St Simon Zelotes. Chelsea, London SW1X 0DH. 1858-59. Architect: Joseph Peacock. The British Listed Buildings site categorizes this church constructed of rubble and ashlar dressings as “geometrical Gothic style of individual character” [Click on images to enlarge hem.]
Left: Timber ceiling. Right: Polychrome brickwork.
Left: Plaque with the date of the church's construction that mentions Henry Vertue Tebbs, John Martin, and William Coles. Middle: Baptismal font. Right: Pulpit.
Lavers & Barraud (1859).by
Left: The altar. Right: An angel carved at the base of one of the piers.
- St Michael, Mickleham, a church restored and altered by Peacock
- St Paul's Cathedral, St Helena (1850-51), a church to compare to St Simon Zelotes
Photographs, text, and formatting by George P. Landow. [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.]
“Church of St Simon Zelotes, Kensington and Chelsea” British Listed Buildings. Web. 23 April 2013. Listing NGR: TQ2767678899.
Eberhard, Robert. "Church of St Simon Zelotes." Church Stained Glass. Web. 28 April 2013.
Created 29 April 2013; last modified 15 December 2014