Catalogue description UNITED REFORMED CHURCHES (formerly Congregational Churches)

This record is held by East Sussex Record Office

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Reference: NC
Title: UNITED REFORMED CHURCHES (formerly Congregational Churches)
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NC/1 London Road Chapel, Brighton

 

NC/2 The Tabernacle Congregational Church, Lewes

 

NC/3 Burwash Congregational Church, formerly the Independent Chapel

 

NC/4 Heathfield Independent Chapel

 

NC/5 Jarvis Brook Congregational Church

 

NC/6 Clifton Road Congregational Church, Brighton

 

NC/7 Sussex Home Mission Society

 

NC/8 Boreham Street Congregational Church

 

NC/9 Hastings and St Leonards and East Sussex Auxiliaries (London Missionary Society)

 

NC/10 Sussex Congregational Union and Missionary Society

 

NC/11 Herstmonceux Congregational Chapel

 

NC/12 Union Street Congregational Church, Brighton

 

NC/13 Queen Square Congregational Church, Brighton

 

NC/14 Union Church, Brighton

 

NC/15 Pevensey Road Congregational Church, Eastbourne

 

NC/16 Upperton Congregational Church, Eastbourne

 

NC/17 Mayfield Congregational Church

 

NC/18 Cliftonville Congregational Church, Hove

 

NC/19 Alfriston Congregational Church

 

NC/20 Robertson Street Congregational Church, Hastings

 

NC/21 Uckfield United Reformed Church

 

NC/22 Lewes Road United Reformed Church, Brighton

 

NC/23 Rye Congregational Church

 

NC/24 Hastings and St Leonards Congregational Home Mission

 

NC/25 Redlake Congregational Church, Grove Road, Hastings

 

NC/26 Union Church, Heathfield

 

NC/27 The United Church, Crowborough (United Reformed and Methodist)

 

NC/28 Clermont United Reformed Church, Clermont Terrace, Preston

 

NC/29 Willingdon United Free Church, Coppice Avenue, Willingdon

Date: 1699-2001
Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

United Reform Church

Physical description: 29 Sub fonds
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Subjects:
  • East Sussex
  • Religious movement
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