Chapels

London - Shaftesbury Avenue

Also known as Gower Street Memorial Chapel.
A committee formed a church in the …

Luton - Ebenezer

In about 1804 a few people met in a Chapel in Park Lane which was called "Provi…

Matfield - Ebenezer

A church was formed in 1801 and in 1811 the first Chapel was builtand was enlar…

Mayfield

The first Chapel in Mayfield was built in the middle of the 19th century but cl…

Melbourne - Zion

The Chapel was built in around 1880, although a church already existed in the a…

Melksham - Ebenezer

This chapel ceased from being on the Gospel Standard list of chapels in 1996.
P…

Norwich - Zoar

A Chapel was opened in St Mary's Plain in 1886 and another,Providence, in Pitt …

Nottingham - Hope

In 1815, some friends met in George Street Chapel and then in a room in Thurlan…

Oakington

The first Baptist congregation began in 1815 on an unknown site in the village.…

Peterborough - Salem

Since 1999 this has not been a Gospel Standard listed chapel.

Portsmouth - Salem

The church was formed in 1813 when seven members left the Baptist Church in Por…

Reading - Zoar

In 1858 four or five friends were led to join together for worship in a room in…

Redhill - Hope

Also known as Shaw's Corner.
Mr J Hatton is a name that will always be associat…

Redhill - Station Road

The cause was established by a few friends in Reigate who desired a place of wo…

Rotherfield - Providence

Bethel Chapel was built in 1850 and a church was formed in 1853. About this tim…

Rye - Bethel

was built in Mermaid Street in 1753. The present Bethel Chapel, which is locate…

Sedgley - Hope

Also known as Arcal Street.
The first Chapel was built of corrugated iron and a…

Shoreham - Providence

In 1814 Mr J Godsmark began preaching in his cottage, and in 1844 the friends t…

Southampton - Bethesda

The first Chapel was opened in 1856 in Northam Road by Mr Isbell and was called…