We discovered St. Paul's Church, in Covent Gardens, in early July when we had the honor of attending a memorial service there for English actor Frank Thornton. It's a church with quite a pedigree, but seems to remain modest, unpretentious, and far less known than its bigger namesake in The City. The interior is not particularly ornate; its lines are plain and unpretentious. The small grounds/garden outside (on the southwest side, entered from Bedford Street) beckon one in to sit and rest on one of the many benches, and to forget, at least for a little while, the bustle of the nearby streets.
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