Hampton Methodist Church

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Hampton Methodist Church
51°25′02″N 0°22′26″W / 51.417301°N 0.373937°W / 51.417301; -0.373937Coordinates: 51°25′02″N 0°22′26″W / 51.417301°N 0.373937°W / 51.417301; -0.373937
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Methodist
Website www.hamptonmethodistchurch.org.uk
History
Founded 1861[1]
Architecture
Architect(s) Martin Lidbetter[2]
Groundbreaking 1963[1]
Completed 9 November 1963[2]
Administration
Diocese Teddington Methodist Circuit

Hampton Methodist Church is a Methodist church on Percy Road, Hampton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, in England.

History[edit]

The first chapel, a Wesleyan chapel on Church Street in Hampton, was built in 1861.[3] It was replaced in 1926 by a new chapel on Percy Road.[1] The current church was opened in 1963.[1] It is located on the west side of Percy Road between Priory Road and Lindon Road (Percy Road, Hampton TW12 2JT).

Ministers/pastors since 1888[1][edit]

  • ?–1888 Rev William Edward Sellers
  • 1888–1890 Rev S Burrow
  • 1890–1894 Rev James Walter
  • 1894–1897 Rev William Rapson
  • 1897–1900 Rev William Henry Groves
  • 1900–1904 Rev John Palmer
  • 1904–1906 Rev C O Eldridge
  • 1909–1910 Rev William T Gill
  • 1910–1913 Rev Francis W Moon
  • 1913–1914 Rev C R Burroughs
  • 1914–1916 Rev Armand J T Le Gros
  • 1916–1920 Rev George R Forde
  • 1920–1926 Rev W Jackson Bush
  • 1926–1928 Rev M Ferdinand Crewdson
  • 1928–1931 Rev F E Lines
  • 1931–1936 Rev F J Bushby Quine
  • 1936–1942 Rev Harry Holroyd
  • 1942–1946 Rev Geoffrey W Collinson
  • 1946–1950 Rev Francis V Burns
  • 1950–1954 Rev Victor Taylor
  • 1954–1958 Rev Martin H Yeomans
  • 1958–1962 Rev Ronald D Redman
  • 1962–1968 Rev Donald S Hailey
  • 1968–1973 Rev Peter H Mundy
  • 1973–1982 Rev Harry A Dodd
  • 1982–1987 Rev J Arnold Clay
  • 1987–1996 Rev Ronald F Kemp
  • 1996–2002 Mr Jim Stockley
  • 2002–2005 Mrs Janet Brown
  • 2005–2008 Rev David Woodward
  • 2008–2013 Mr Ben Haslam
  • 2013–present Rev Vicci Davidson

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "History of Methodism in Hampton". Hampton Methodist Church. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "The new church, 1963". Hampton Methodist Church. History of Methodism in Hampton. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "1861 – The first chapel, Church Street". History of Methodism in Hampton. Hampton Methodist Church. Retrieved 11 March 2014. 

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