Catalogue description Sherwell Congregational Church, Plymouth

This record is held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office

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Reference: 233
Title: Sherwell Congregational Church, Plymouth
Description:

Records of baptisms, Church meetings minutes, church accounts etc

Date: 1763-1935
Held by: Plymouth and West Devon Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Old Tabernacle, Plymouth, Devon

New Tabernacle, Plymouth, Devon

Sherwell Congregational Church, Plymouth, Devon

Physical description: 5 Series
Administrative / biographical background:

This church is the direct descendant of the Old Tabernacle in Bretonside established by Andrew Kinsman in 1746. The congregation was ejected after Kinsman's death and built the New Tabernacle in Norley Street in 1797. In 1833 this was rebuilt and renamed Norley Street Chapel. By 1859 a larger building was required and the congregation moved to Sherwell church which was opened in 1864. Norley Street, however, remained almost continuously in use and the Old Tabernacle was reopened. Both were destroyed in 1941 but Sherwell Church still exists.

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