Building    From 1824  To 1927

South Place Chapel

Categories: Religion

A radical nonconformist congregation, led by William Johnson Fox moved from Bishopsgate premises into this purpose-built Chapel at South Place, Finsbury. In 1926 the South Place Ethical Society sold South Place Chapel and in 1929 moved to Conway Hall in Red Lion Square.

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South Place Chapel

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South Place Chapel

1824 - 1927 on this site stood South Place Chapel. Ministers: 1824 William ...

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Isaac Watts

Isaac Watts

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Sir H. H. Montgomery

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1 memorial
Rev. E. K. Douglas

Rev. E. K. Douglas

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1 memorial