The Greek Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour
Believed to originate in either the 12th or 13th Century, the Greek Orthodox Church is a Grade II listed building in Welling.
Christ the Saviour was originally in the parish church of St Michael, is made of brick, rubble and flint and has a 'prominent bellcote' (a shelter for a bell) at the west end.
Traces of medieval murals are still visible and there is a gothic style window in the chancel (area for the clergy or choir).
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