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{{Infobox church{{Infobox church
| name = St. John's Hoxton| name = St John's Hoxton
| fullname = St. John the Baptist<br />with Christ Church, Hoxton| fullname = St John the Baptist<br />with Christ Church, Hoxton
| image = Hoxton holy trinity 1.jpg| image = Hoxton holy trinity 1.jpg
| imagesize =| imagesize =
| caption = West door of St. John's Hoxton| caption = West door of St John's Hoxton
| denomination = [[Church of England]]| denomination = [[Church of England]]
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The '''Church of St. John the Baptist, Hoxton''', usually known as '''St. John's Hoxton''', is an [[Church of England|Anglican]] [[parish church]] in the [[Hoxton]] area of [[London Borough of Hackney|Hackney]], [[N postcode area|London N1]].<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20140416183053/http://www.achurchnearyou.com/parish.php?p=230107 www.achurchnearyou.com]</ref>The '''Church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton''', usually known as '''St John's Hoxton''', is an [[Church of England|Anglican]] [[parish church]] in the [[Hoxton]] area of [[London Borough of Hackney|Hackney]], [[N postcode area|London N1]].<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20140416183053/http://www.achurchnearyou.com/parish.php?p=230107 www.achurchnearyou.com]</ref>
Nearby is [[Silicon Roundabout]],<ref>[https://www.hoxtonmix.com/silicon-roundabout/ www.hoxtonmix.com]</ref> and also Aske Gardens,<ref>[http://www.hackney.gov.uk/aske-gardens.htm www.hackney.gov.uk/aske-gardens]</ref> named after the parish's major [[Benefactor (law)|benefactor]], [[City of London|City]] [[Court of Aldermen|alderman]] and [[haberdasher]] [[Robert Aske (merchant)|Robert Aske]].Nearby is [[Silicon Roundabout]],<ref>[https://www.hoxtonmix.com/silicon-roundabout/ www.hoxtonmix.com]</ref> and also Aske Gardens,<ref>[http://www.hackney.gov.uk/aske-gardens.htm www.hackney.gov.uk/aske-gardens]</ref> named after the parish's major [[Benefactor (law)|benefactor]], [[City of London|City]] [[Court of Aldermen|alderman]] and [[haberdasher]] [[Robert Aske (merchant)|Robert Aske]].
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==Parish history====Parish history==
Dedicated to St. John the Baptist, its name preserves the memory of a local [[Holywell Priory|priory]] dissolved by King Henry VIII.<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=98253 www.british-history.ac.uk]</ref>Dedicated to [[St John the Baptist]], its name preserves the memory of a local [[Holywell Priory|priory]] dissolved by King Henry VIII.<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=98253 www.british-history.ac.uk]</ref>
[[Robert Aske (merchant)|Robert Aske]]'s legacy still benefits the parish and associated primary school,<ref>[http://www.st-john.hackney.sch.uk/contact/ www.st-john.hackney.sch.uk]</ref> while Haberdasher Street<ref>[http://www.london-footprints.co.uk/wkhoxtonroute.htm www.london-footprints.co.uk: Hoxton rpoute]</ref> like Aske Gardens,<ref>[http://www.hackneycitytennisclubs.co.uk/courts_bookings/online_booking/book_askeGardens.html www.hackneycitytennisclubs.co.uk]</ref> remain in the memory of his original generosity.<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69727 www.british-history.ac.uk]</ref>[[Robert Aske (merchant)|Robert Aske]]'s legacy still benefits the parish and associated primary school,<ref>[http://www.st-john.hackney.sch.uk/contact/ www.st-john.hackney.sch.uk]</ref> while Haberdasher Street<ref>[http://www.london-footprints.co.uk/wkhoxtonroute.htm www.london-footprints.co.uk: Hoxton rpoute]</ref> like Aske Gardens,<ref>[http://www.hackneycitytennisclubs.co.uk/courts_bookings/online_booking/book_askeGardens.html www.hackneycitytennisclubs.co.uk]</ref> remain in the memory of his original generosity.<ref>[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69727 www.british-history.ac.uk]</ref>
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==Architecture====Architecture==
Completed in 1826, St. John's is a [[Regency architecture|Regency]] [[Parish church|church]] in the [[Classical architecture|classical style]], and the only one built to the design of the celebrated architect, [[Francis Edwards (architect)|Francis Edwards]],<ref>[http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D58828?descriptiontype=Full&ref=PROB+11/2257/250 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk]</ref> [[Sir John Soane]]'s foremost pupil. A large example of a [[Commissioners' church]], its original floor plan remains intact as well as notable [[Triforium|galleries]] and [[décor]],<ref>[https://images.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/luna/servlet/detail/LPLIBLPL~34~34~149152~120738 www.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk]</ref> including a [[Mural|painted ceiling]]<ref>[https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/101235285-church-of-st-john-the-baptist-hoxton-west-ward www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk]</ref> executed in the early 20th century by the architect Joseph Arthur Reeve.<ref>[http://funpalaces.co.uk/discover/hoxton-fun-palace-2/ www.funpalaces.co.uk]</ref>Completed in 1826, St John's is a [[Regency architecture|Regency]] [[Parish church|church]] in the [[Classical architecture|classical style]], and the only one built to the design of the celebrated architect, [[Francis Edwards (architect)|Francis Edwards]],<ref>[http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D58828?descriptiontype=Full&ref=PROB+11/2257/250 www.nationalarchives.gov.uk]</ref> [[Sir John Soane]]'s foremost pupil. A large example of a [[Commissioners' church]], its original floor plan remains intact as well as notable [[Triforium|galleries]] and [[décor]],<ref>[https://images.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/luna/servlet/detail/LPLIBLPL~34~34~149152~120738 www.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk]</ref> including a [[Mural|painted ceiling]]<ref>[https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/101235285-church-of-st-john-the-baptist-hoxton-west-ward www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk]</ref> executed in the early 20th century by the architect Joseph Arthur Reeve.<ref>[http://funpalaces.co.uk/discover/hoxton-fun-palace-2/ www.funpalaces.co.uk]</ref>
==Pipe organ====Pipe organ==
Built and installed in 1915 by the [[Organ building|firm]] of Thomas Sidwell Jones,<ref>[http://www.organ-biography.info/index.php?id=Jones_ThomasS_1830 www.organ-biography.info]</ref> the [[pipe organ|organ]] sits in the [[West gallery music|choir gallery]] retaining its original [[Georgian era|late Georgian]] [[Wooden box|wooden case]] with an elaborate façade displaying the [[Coat of arms|arms]] of [[William IV of the United Kingdom|William IV]].Built and installed in 1915 by the [[Organ building|firm]] of Thomas Sidwell Jones,<ref>[http://www.organ-biography.info/index.php?id=Jones_ThomasS_1830 www.organ-biography.info]</ref> the [[pipe organ|organ]] sits in the [[West gallery music|choir gallery]] retaining its original [[Georgian era|late-Georgian]] [[Wooden box|wooden case]] with an elaborate façade displaying the [[Coat of arms|arms]] of [[William IV of the United Kingdom|William IV]].
Last restored in 1934 by Henry Speechly & Son,<ref>[http://www.organ-biography.info/index.php?id=Speechly_Henry_c1831 www.organ-biography.info]</ref> St. John's [[Organ (music)|organ]] is known to voice the following stops:Last restored in 1934 by Henry Speechly & Son,<ref>[http://www.organ-biography.info/index.php?id=Speechly_Henry_c1831 www.organ-biography.info]</ref> St John's [[Organ (music)|organ]] is known to voice the following [[Organ stop|stop]]s:
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|image = Arms of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers.svg|image = Arms of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers.svg
|imagesize = 180px|imagesize = 180px
|caption = Arms of the Patron of St. John's Hoxton|caption = Arms of the Patron of St John's Hoxton
|bannerimage =|bannerimage =
|badgeimage =|badgeimage =
|notes = Arms and Crest of the Haberdashers' Co. confirmed by [[Robert Cooke (officer of arms)|Robert Cooke]], [[Clarenceux King of Arms]], 8 November 1570|notes = Arms and Crest of the Haberdashers' Company confirmed by [[Robert Cooke (officer of arms)|Robert Cooke]], [[Clarenceux King of Arms]], 8 November 1570
|adopted = 1446|adopted = 1446
|crest = On a wreath Argent and Azure issuing from Clouds two naked Arms embowed holding a Laurel wreath all Proper|crest = On a wreath Argent and Azure issuing from Clouds two naked Arms embowed holding a Laurel wreath all Proper
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|badge =|badge =
|symbolism = [[Coat of arms]] of the [[Worshipful Company of Haberdashers]]:<br> [[Advowson|patron]] of St. John the Baptist with Christ Church, Hoxton|symbolism = [[Coat of arms]] of the [[Worshipful Company of Haberdashers]]:<br> [[Advowson|patron of the advowson]] of St John the Baptist with Christ Church, [[Hoxton]]
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