St Peter Upon Cornhill

St Peter upon Cornhill is an Anglican church on the corner of Cornhill and Gracechurch Street in the City of London Of medieval origin, t was destroyed in the Great fire of London in 1666 and rebuilt to the designs of Sir Christopher Wren. It is now a satellite church in the parish of St Helen's Bishopsgate, and is used for staff training, bible studies and a youth club. The St Helen's church office controls access to St Peter's.

The church was used by the Tank Regiment after the Second World War, subsumed under St Helen's Bishopsgate.

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