Inside All Souls Langham in London

Today we went to the 9:30 a.m. service at All Souls Church, Langham Place here in London. John Stott is Rector Emeritus at this church, which is the last standing church built by noted architect John Nash (1752-1835).

The worship service was a “contemporary” style, accompanied by trumpet, cello, guitar, drums, and piano. Roger Salisbury gave an excellent sermon, essentially on Matthew 1:18-25, that reminded us of our need for a Savior.

Here’s a look at the inside; I made some other notes in the captions below:

The front of All Souls Langham; note the giant Christmas tree. If you look closely at the overhead screen, you'll see a fetal image with a halo! "He's on His Way" is the theme of Advent.


This beautiful painting of Christ, with his hands bound, hangs at the front of the church.


The preacher used this pulpit to rise over the congregation and hover around the room. Just kidding. But it looked like a personal transport vehicle from Star Wars. A bit out of place in a church interior of white with gold trim!

I first saw the exterior of this church last summer. Click here to see how it looks on the outside.
 

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