St Thomas the Apostle (St Mary & St Abraam), (Hove, All Saints)

Denomination:

Anglican.

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Address:

Davigdor Road, Hove, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 529975, 105125, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.

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Building information:

Built: 1900.

Closed: 1993.

Architect: Clayton & Black (Brighton).

Style: Early English/Decorated of red brick with stone dressings. Nave only with hall beneath, internal butressing with aisle passages.

Current use: Worship.

(St Mary & St Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church)

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Notes:

Design based on St Mary of Eton, Hackney Wick (Bodley & Garner, 1880). The church once contained a set of Stations of the Cross painted by Harry R. Mileham, a local artist. When the church was closed in 1993 these were removed to St Mary's, Kemptown, Brighton. The building was sold to the Coptic congregation and Pope Shenuda of Alexandria subsequently rededicated the church to St Mary and St Abraham.

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