The parish church of West Ham was established in 1135 and rebuilt in Early English Style in the reign of Henry II (1154-89).
We love our building, and open it for visitors almost every day of the year.
It's a stunning building, full of natural light, and an oasis of peace and quiet in a very busy town. If you are lucky, you may hear someone playing the excellent pipe organ.
Gerard Manley Hopkins, born locally, was baptised here. There is always a warm welcome.