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The Baptist Church, York

The Baptist Church, York
York Baptist Church is on the western side of Priory Street just south of Micklegate. York's first Baptist preacher was licensed in 1672, and an early Baptist society appeared before 1800. Meetings took place in the Grape Lane Chapel for a time. The present church was formed in 1862 when the Lecture Hall in Goodramgate was hired. They opened the present building as the Baptist Chapel in June 1868, based on the designs of William Peachey of Darlington. [The History Files]

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The Baptist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE5983451503

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