Chapels

Ashford - Ebenezer

The chapel was opened in 1863 when John Kershaw preached and Henry Bradshaw com…

Attleborough - Jireh

In 1853 services were held in a house and as numbers increased a small ribbon …

Bath - Bethel

A Mrs M Simms generously defrayed the cost of building Bethel Chapel in the 188…

Bedford

Photo courtesy of Winston Flavell.

Bethersden - Union Chapel

The chapel was opened 1806, initially with a pond immediately in front. The chu…

Biddenden - Ebenezer

Baptists had been worshipping in Biddenden since about 1660 in barns and houses…

Blackheath - Cave Adullam, Beeches Road

The current chapel was opened in 1898 by Mr A W Tiptaft. This replaced a couple…

Blunham - Providence

In around 1840 a number of people had to leave the 'Old Baptist Meeting' becaus…

Bodle Street - Ebenezer

The origin of the present Chapel has been traced back to 1800 when a house was …

Brabourne Lees - Zion

Services were held in cottages in Brabourne and Aldington and a Chapel was buil…

Bradenstoke - Providence

The chapel has an exterior clock and bell that used to be rung before services.…

Brighton - Galeed

Friends met for many months in a private house in Windsor Street with Mr H Whit…

Bromley - Rehoboth

In December 1908, a strict Baptist cause was founded by Mr. Patterson of West N…

Charlesworth

It is regretable that there is not much information regarding this cause as to …

Chichester - Providence

This has always been an independent chapel, but often engaged ministers that we…

Choteau - Old Paths

The congregation at 'The Old Paths' was originally organised as Netherlands Ref…

Colnbrook

The church was formed in 1708 with 13 members. They met in several places inclu…

Coppice

The cause seems to have started in the early 1790s in the Baptist Chapel in Bon…

Cradley Heath - Ebenezer

In 1902 some of the church and congregation parted from Spring Meadow Chapel an…

Cradley Heath - Spring Meadow

This chapel was on the Gospel Standard list until 1980.

Cranbrook

The church was formed in 1780 by some who left the General Baptist cause at a p…