This church is situated very close to the seafront and in a very confined site, making photography a little difficult. It is something of a rarity as there are only two other French Protestant congregations in England, one meeting in the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral and the other in its own small church in Soho.
According to an inscription above the arch closest to the camera in the picture below, the church was built in 1887, the foundation stone having been laid by Mrs Hayes on the 18th of July in that year. The architect was J G Gibbons and the builder W D B Field. The simple red brick building is Gothic in style.
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