Eglise Protestante Francaise Church
French and Dutch Protestant refugees were granted rights to settle in London by Edward VI in 1550, and they adopted the former church of the Augustinian Monks or 'Austin Friars' who had been evicted at the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538, (see Dutch Church), the French moving on to establish their own place of worship at St Anthony's Chapel near Threadneedle Street.
The present Church in the gothic style was commissioned in 1889 from Aston Webb and built in Soho, an area that had become known as French Quarter with its large population of European refugees, skilled craftsmen and noble families fleeing the French Revolution.
Telephone: 020 7437 5311
Address: 8-9 Soho Square, W1D 3QD
Website: Eglise Protestante Francaise Church
Tottenham Court Road Station
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