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Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street


Bethel United Reformed Church is located on Low Chare in Chester-le-Street. The building, formerly Bethel Congregational Chape, was originally built in 1814, then remodelled in 1860. In 1972, the Congregational church joined with the English Presbyterian church to become the United Reformed Church. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Chester-le-Street 1814 Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Chester-le-Street United Reformed Church
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Bethal Chapel, Chester le Street

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Bethel Church, Low Chare, Chester-le-Street

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UNITED REFORMED CHURCH - Chester-le-Street - List Entry
- "Former Bethel Congregational Chapel,now United Reformed Church. 1814, remodelled 1860 (plaque on front). Squared stone front, rendered returns and rear, Welsh slate roof. Small rectangular-plan chapel. Gabled front has ...

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Bethel United Reformed Church Chester-le-street - Facebook
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United Reformed Church (Former Bethel Congregational Chapel), Chester-le-Street
- "This United Reform Church was built in 1814 as a Congregational Chapel it was later altered in 1860...."

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List number: 1120956
List number: 2
County: County Durham
Keys to the Past HER: D35155
Post code: DH3 3QF
Grid ref: NZ2750651384

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