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It was founded in 1662. It was destroyed by enemy action in 1940 and its 1959 replacement was succeeded in 1997 by a new chapel.
Unitarians believe in the Unity or unipersonality of God, as opposed to the doctrine of the Trinity - hence the name 'Unitarian'. Unitarianism only became legal in 1813 but was particularly influential in the 19th century.
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