St. Paul’s Church Seaton Sluice

  • Description

    "Knowledge of the early history of the Anglican Church in Seaton Sluice is somewhat sketchy. It was part of the Parish of Earsdon until 1891 when the Parish of Delaval was formed. The vicar of Earsdon, the Rev. Edward Greenlaw founded a mission church, St. Paul’s, at Seaton Sluice in 1886 in the front part of the former village brewery. The United Methodists had been occupying the rear part since the 1850’s and the building is believed to have been unique at the time in having two denominations under the same roof. The bell which served both congregations was the old one from the glass factory....."
  • Owner

    Delaval Parish
  • Source

    Local (Co-Curate)
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 2 years, 7 months ago
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