Salvation Army (Congress Hall), (Brighton, Resurrection)


Salvation Army.


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Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 531564, 105318, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map, Magic Maps


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Building information:

Built: 1883 Reb. 2000.

Architect: E J Hamilton (1883).

Current use: Worship.


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The Congress Hall of the Salvation Army in Park Crescent Terrace was completed in 1883, and was formally opened in March 1884 by Mrs Booth, the wife of the founder of the movement. Designed by E.J.Hamilton, it is a large, brick building with two flanking battlemented towers and a little terracotta decoration; it seats 1,400 people and has additions of 1925.

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