The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Flint, Flintshire

Flint on Wikipedia.
 

Churches at Oakenholt.

Caersalem Chapel (Calvinistic Methodist, 1836, re-built 1877) on Chapel Street. SJ 243 729. Carl Hogan (2014).

Emaus Methodist Church (1880) on Holywell Road. The spire was removed in 2012 as an urgent repair. Carl Hogan (2014).

The derelict English Presbyterian Church on Chester Street has been closed for many years. Carl Hogan (2014).

Flint Evangelical Church on Cornist Road. It was built in 1976, and extended 2o years later. Carl Hogan (2014). Link.

River Dee Community Church (Assemblies of God, Pentecostal) on Castle Street was formerly the Old King's Head pub - a Victorian building, and converted into a church about twenty years ago. A short distance away stands River Dee Community Church Annex, though what it is used for, Carl doesn't know. Both Carl Hogan (2014). Link.

The former St. Catherine (CiW) on Church Street was used as a church hall for some time after the church closure, but is currently up for sale. Carl Hogan (2014).

St. John's with Bagillt U.R.C. on Church Street was, before the merger with Flint U.R.C., known as St. John's English Congregational Church. Carl Hogan (2014).

St. Mary. Another view, and an interior view. All Tim Hollinghurst (2011). Link.

The former Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Chapel (1880-1960) on Chapel Street, now in commercial use. SJ 419 729. Carl Hogan (2014).

The Immaculate Conception (R.C.) on Coleshill Street. Carl Hogan (2014).
 

Oakenholt
The former Bethania Chapel (Calvinistic Methodist) has been closed for many years, and is now in secular use. Carl Hogan (2014).
The former St. David (CiW, 1873) closed in 2011. Carl advises that "the builders are in" but doesn't know what the outcome will be. Carl Hogan (2014).

 

 
 

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29 October 2015

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