The Church of St John the Baptist, Hoxton, usually known as St John's Hoxton, is an urban Anglican church in Hoxton, Hackney. Nearby is Silicon Roundabout and Aske Gardens, named after the parish patron's major benefactor, Robert Aske.
Completed in 1826, St John's is a Georgian church in the Classical style and is the only one built to the design of Francis Edwards, Sir John Soane's foremost pupil. The building is a large example of a Commissioners' church, retaining its floor plan intact as well as its galleries and its décor is notable, particularly for its painted ceiling. It was executed by the prominent architect Joseph Arthur Reeve in the early 20th century.