The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Northfleet, Kent

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All Saints, on Perry Street, opened in 1871. TQ 635 751. Dave Westrap. An old postcard view (ca. 1905). Link1. Link2.

Cemetery Chapel. TQ 623 731. Dave Westrap. An old (1910) postcard view. Note the small spire, no longer present. Link.

Elim Pentecostal Church on All Saints Road. TQ 634 753. Dave Westrap. Previously it was Springfield Pentecostal Church - Alan was Minister here when he took the photo in about 1985. Alan K. Taylor (ca. 1985). Link.

Huggins College Chapel, demolished in 1968. From an old postcard, courtesy of the T. Larkin Collection. The present-day chapel. TQ 617 745. Dave Westrap.

Methodist Church on Wood Street. TQ 617 743. Dave Westrap. Link1.

Methodist Church on Deneholme Road. TQ 629 722. Dave Westrap. Link.

The former R.C. church of Our Immaculate Mother & St. Joseph. TQ 617 744. Link. Replaced by Our Lady of the Assumption in 1915. TQ 624 740. Link. Both Dave Westrap. The former church is now used as a Buddhist Wat (temple).

St. Botolph (mainly 14th century). TQ 623 741. Dave Westrap. An old postcard view (card franked 1916), courtesy of the Tony Larkin Collection. Link1. Link2.

St. Clement (R.C.) celebrated its final mass on July 17th 2007. It seems likely to become an Evangelical Church in the near future. TQ 637 722. Dave Westrap.

U.R.C., built in 1850 as a Congregational Chapel. TQ 626 739. Dave Westrap. Link.




01 September 2018

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