Trinity Methodist Church (former), Poplar, London

Cecil Handisyde & D Rogers Stark
Date Built
East India Dock Road
The Trinity Methodist Church was designed by Handisyde and Rogers Stark as part of the "Live Architecture" exhibition that was part of the Festival of Britain.  Today, the church belongs to the Calvary Charismatic Baptist Church.

The building has a reinforced concrete frame and is clad with yellow brick, precast concrete panels, and copper sheet.  It features a low pitched roof on the church and a flat roof to the church rooms and hall. 
The church itself is a tall, long, galleried space. 

The prominent feature is a rectangular brick tower with an entrance at ground floor level and crowned by an open octagonal cupola with slender metal supports. 

The building is Grade II Listed but is also on the English Heritage "Buildings at Risk Register".