Hope Chapel, Horsham

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Hope Chapel
Hope Strict Baptist Chapel, Oakhill Road, Horsham.jpg
The chapel
51°03′47″N 0°18′56″W / 51.06317°N 0.31558°W / 51.06317; -0.31558Coordinates: 51°03′47″N 0°18′56″W / 51.06317°N 0.31558°W / 51.06317; -0.31558
Location Horsham, West Sussex
Country United Kingdom]
Denomination Baptist
Status Chapel
Founded 1900
Functional status Active
Style Vernacular
Completed 1903

The Hope Chapel is a Strict Baptist place of worship in the town of Horsham in the English county of West Sussex. The chapel was built in 1903.

Horsham's second Strict Baptist chapel had its origins in meetings in a public hall in March 1900.[1] The congregation moved several times, but on 2 December 1903 their new red-brick square-windowed chapel on Oakhill Road was inaugurated, and worship has continued there ever since. The three founders were from Kent.

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  1. ^ Chambers, Strict Baptist Chapels, ii. 120 and facing p. 99.