| United Kingdom|
Diocese of Chelmsford
Archdeacon of West Ham
| Church of England|
+44 20 8522 1900
Diocese of Canterbury
London Borough of Newham
| Forest Gate, Newham, London|
Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate
Emmanuel with St Peter's, Upton Cross
Romford Rd, London E7 8BD, United Kingdom
St Matthias Church, St Barnabas' Church, St Paul's Church - Stratford, East Ham Baptist Church, All Saints Church - West Ham
Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate Wikipedia
Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate is a Church of England church in Forest Gate, east London. It was built in the Decorated Gothic variant of the neo-Gothic style in 1852 to designs by George Gilbert Scott and a new parish formed for it from parts of All Saints Church, West Ham and St Mary Magdalene's Church, East Ham. A north aisle was added in 1890. Bomb damage from the London Blitz was repaired. It was Grade II listed in 1984.
The church also set up the mission churches of St Saviour's Church, Forest Gate in 1880 and St Mark's Church, Forest Gate (which gained a permanent building between 1893 and 1898 and a parish of its own (using parts of the parishes of Emmanuel and All Saints) in 1894. In 1881 part of its parish was joined with parts of those of All Saints Church, West Ham and St John's Church, Stratford to form a parish for St James' Church, Forest Gate.