Church of St. Philip and St James

George Edmund Street (1824-1881), Designer

Consecrtated 1862

North Oxford

"Mr. Street was selected Architect, and the only directions given him were that the Chancel should be apsidal, that the Nave should be as wide as possible with very few pillars to obstruct the view of the East end, and that the Aisles should be quite small, one of them to contain the organ." — "North Oxford and its Mother Church"

Related Material

  • C. L. Eastlake's praise for the church (1872)
  • Photograph and text by from the church site (thanks to Bernard Farr)

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