Gloucestershire Places of Worship

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Gospel Mission Hall (Demolished), Baptist Mills, Bristol
Gospel Mission Hall (Demolished),
Durham Road, off Sevier Street,
Baptist Mills, Bristol, Gloucestershire.

Cemeteries

We believe the Church did NOT have a graveyard.

Note: any church within an urban environment may have had its graveyard closed after the Burial Act of 1853. Any new church built after that is unlikely to have had a graveyard at all.

Church History

This Place of Worship was founded before 1883, and it has since been demolished, but we don't know when.

This place of worship first came to my attention on Old Maps of 1883-1884 in what later became Durham Road, but at the time was unnamed. Thus it was probably the "Sevier Street Mission Hall" recorded in Kelly's Directory of Bristol of 1902, when Durham Road, as such, did not exist. This was no longer true by the time of publication of Kelly's Directory of Bristol of 1914, which lists it as "Gospel Mission Hall, Durham Road, and "Undenominational". In the street directory portion, Durham Road is recorded as "no thoroughfare", and the west side, numbers 1, 3, 5, and 7 are occupied by Joseph Norris, George James Fillingham, Thomas Hember, and Albert Henry Porter, a caretaker; opposite which is the Gospel Mission Hall.

The Mission is shown in plan as a rectangular building, on the east side of the street, facing the road, with an extension at the rear. In the present day, its site is occupied by a town-house block, with what appears to be a similar "footprint".

Denomination

Now or formerly Non-denominational.

If more than one congregation has worshipped here, or its congregation has united with others, in most cases this will record its original dedication.

Maps

This Church was located at OS grid reference ST6008074664. You can see this on various mapping systems. Note all links open in a new window:

Reference

  • Places recorded by the Registrar General under the provisions of the Places of Worship Registration Act 1855 (2010) is available as a "Freedom of Information" document from the website What Do They Know.
Last updated on 1 Apr 2014 at 14:47.

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This Report was created 26 Jul 2017 - 19:00:34 BST from information held in the Gloucestershire section of the Places of Worship Database. This was last updated on 4 Jul 2017 at 10:50.

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