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The Evangelical Church, Northallerton

The Evangelical Church, Northallerton
Northallerton Evangelical Church is on the south-east corner of the High Street and Swain Court. It traces its origins to 1964 when a small group met in a Bible study meeting. A Sunday morning service was started in 1965 and the church was formed in November of that year. Early meetings were held in homes, at a hall in Alverton Lane and, from January 1970, at the Women's Institute Hall in Romanby. The official opening of the present building took place in June 1979. [The History Files]

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The Evangelical Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3663494440

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