Situated in Church Street, between Bread Street and Tichborne Streets, this church was in the same block as St Mary the Virgin and St Mary Magdalene. It was built in 1805 with a simple, yet handsome frontage of chequered brick by a Calvinistic group who were followers of William Huntingdon.
It was variously Calvinist and Congregational. The congregation transferred to the former St Nathaniel Reformed Episcopal Church, West Hill Road when the Bread Street premises were demolished in 1965.
Here is a view from the south west.
The site has now vanished under commercial development.
This photograph was taken and permission granted for use here by Malcolm J Stacey.
Scanned black and white photograph
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