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Alive Church on Albert Street. Jim advises that this was previously a Baptist Church. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Baptist Church, Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.

Barnbygate Methodist Church (1846) on Barnby Gate (Grade II listed) was the successor to the old Wesleyan Chapel. Both Gerard Charmley (2012). Another view. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Beacon Hill Christian Fellowship on Beacon Hill. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

The former Bede House Chapel. Gerard Charmley (2012). Grade II Listed - link.

Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, Mike Forbester.

Christ Church on Lombard Street (closed in 1958) is now in commercial use. SK 797 538. Aidan McRae Thomson. The successor church, also Christ Church, is on Boundary Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Church of Promise on Winthorpe Road. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

The former Congregational Chapel (1822), off Lombard Street, now an antiques centre. SK 797 538. Steve Bulman (2015). Grade II listed.

Emmanuel Christian Centre (Pentecostal, Assemblies of God) on Sherwood Avenue. Jim was unsure if this building was still used by the church. He may well be right - compare the one here with Jim's photo - note the missing cross and "ECC" board. Jim Parker (2017).

Free Christian Methodist Chapel on Kings Road, Gerard Charmley (2012). Another view, Jim Parker (2017).

Hawtonville Methodist Church on Beech Avenue. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Parliament Street. Jim Parker (2017).

London Road Congregational Church. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link.

The former Methodist New Connexion Chapel (1848), on Barnby Gate. Jim Parker (2017). Link. This webpage shows that the building was in commercial use at some point, but Jim's later photo doesn't throw any light on its current usage.

The former Newark Cemetery Chapel on London Road is now the Chapel Interpretation Centre. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link. Grade II listed.

Newark Evangelical Church on Portland Street. This had in earlier years been the fire station. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

Newark Odinist Temple on Bead House Lane was formerly Bede House Chapel (C16). Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link. Grade II listed.

Northend Methodist Church on Meyrick Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2017). Link.

St. Leonard on Lincoln Road. Jim Parker (2017). Link.

St. Mary Magdalene. SK 799 539. Aidan McRae Thomson. Two further views - 1, 2, both David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed.

The former Victoria Street Chapel, now in residential use. Jim Parker (2017).





01 September 2018

Steve Bulman

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