Catford, Trinity Congregational Church WW1 War Memorial

Trinity Congregational Church,
Corner of Stanstead Road and Faversham Road
(Demolished in the 1960s, Now a modern United Reform Church)

Map: Memorials of Lewisham Map

Type: Stained Glass Window and Tablet

Description: Small stained glass window showing a knightly figure kneeling to receive the crown of victory at the hands of the Saviour. When the church was demolished in the1960s the window was discarded and then rescued from a skip by a family who still own it. The photograph shows the re-framed window now protected by perspex.

Contributed by: Sandra Jackson

Wars Commemorated: First World War:

The unveiling took place on Sunday 14th September 1919. The Pastor, Rev Percival Wheatley, the Rev. J. H. Squires, Forest Hill United Methodist Church and the Rev E.A. Elliott –Burrows of St. John’s Presbyterian Church were in attendance.

Press: The Kentish Mercury, September 19, 1919

Note: At the time of the unveiling of the window the tablet was in hand, but not completed


A.T. Andrews C. D, Gray P. Over
V.J. Baker G. R Hodgkinson J.G. Rennie
R.B. Bennett J.A. Hunt J.E. Richardson
F. Chaplin H.J. Bunker J.G. Richardson
J.R. Eburne F.C. Kessell J. Saunders
H. England W.E.Kitch F. Sindall
S B Fuller R.J. Lawrence D.F. Wood.
G.E. Fuller H.C. Moyce
H.E. Funell S.F. Moyce

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