The Churches of Britain and Ireland
The Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and the Mother of Him who hung thereon. The church, built on the site of a pre-Norman Conquest cathedral, is largely of 15th century work, but there is some fabric of the 12th and 13th as well. From an old postcard (franked 1906) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, © Andrew Ross. SS 836 002. Link. Grade I listed.
Although marked on an O.S. map as a church, this building on the High Street is now a nursery. Do you know its former denomination? SS 828 004. © Andrew Ross. Janet Gimber advises that this was built as Bible Christian, and opened in 1860. The congregation merged with a former Wesleyan Methodist congregation to form a United Methodist Church in 1954, and the building was sold to "the Gospel Hall people", i.e. the Plymouth Brethren. It was subsequently known as High Street Chapel.
Howard Richter advises of some other
churches and sites of demolished churches in Crediton -
01 July 2018
© Steve Bulman