Providence Chapel, (Brighton)




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Bread Street, Brighton, East Sussex.

Grid reference: 531050, 104452, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.


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There are no baptisms in the OPC database.

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The old Roughwood Churches Album has images and notes about this church.

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Building information:

Built: 1805.

Demolished: 1965.

Style: Chequered brick - arches windows.

Current use: Demolished.


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At the corner of Church Street and the former Bread Street once stood the Providence Chapel, built in 1805 by the Calvinistic followers of William Huntingdon. A plain building in chequered brick with a vestigial pediment, it was considerably altered over the years and was demolished in 1965 when the congregation moved to West Hill Road.
Source: My Brighton and Hove website, accessed January 2008
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.

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