St Lawrence Jewry church was thought to have been built in 1136 and destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666. Rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren it was one of Wren's most expensive City Churches. This pen drawing shows the damage done to the church during WW2. The window that is reflected on the drawing is the stained glass window dedicated to Sir Christopher Wren. It looks as though Wren is looking down on the damaged church.
The church was restored in 1957 and is the official church of the Corporation of London and you can find it next to the Guildhall.