The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Ebenezer Baptist Church. © Elaine Hindson.
St. Andrew (U.R.C.) on Ramshill Road. Built as Congregational in 1864-8. TA 041 878. © Martin Richter (2014). Link. It shows as the nearer of the two marked churches in this aerial view, the other being St. Martin. Grade II* listed.
The former St. John the Evangelist on Sepulchre Street and Globe Street. It was built as a Mission Church, opening in 1884, it was closed in 1940. After a long gap, it was re-opened by the Presbyterians in 1959, but was again closed following the union, and the congregation moved to St. Andrew's (see above) - history distilled from this news article. It appears to have no recorded use since then, but as of 2014 it is for sale for conversion to flats (sale notice). This has been proposed (and objected to) before (see 2010 news item). Another view. TA 0457 8878. Both © Martin Richter (2014).
St. Mary. From an old postcard (curiously, posted in Germany to an address in Berlin!), Bulman Collection. Another view in a print from about 1800, and in an old photo. Both from the Colin Waters Collection. And a modern view © Colin Waters. Link. Grade I listed.
The ruined St. Mary's Chapel stands in the grounds of the castle, and dates originally from about 1000 A.D. © Tom Halstead.
Salvation Army Citadel Hall. © Rob Brettle.
01 September 2018
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