The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Greenhithe, Kent

Greenhithe on Wikipedia.


The former Congregational Chapel on High Street. Commonly referred to as the Flint Chapel, it dates from 1819. Dave Westrap. It can also be seen in this old postcard of about 1906, T. Larkin Collection. TQ 587 751. Link. Grade II listed.

Ingress Vale Chapel, on Knockhall Road, latterly U.R.C., but originally Congregational. From an old postcard of about 1905, courtesy of the T. Larkin Collection. The property is now known as Newton House. TQ 596 748. Dave Westrap.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel (R.C.), now demolished. From an old postcard in the T. Larkin Collection. The parish priest and a parishioner, circa 1960. Dave Westrap. TQ 586 751. Link1. Link2.

St. Mary, opened in 1856. An old postcard view, courtesy of the T. Larkin Collection. TQ 585 747. Link1. Link2.

The former U.R.C., which was previously Presbyterian. The building is now a Masonic Lodge. TQ 583 747. Dave Westrap.

Wesleyan Chapel, now demolished. From an old postcard in the T. Larkin Collection. TQ 588 751. Link.

 

 
 

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