This former chapel in Grosvenor Street, was built in 1817-18 and was formerly known as Snow's chapel after the Rev. Thomas Snow who was the first pastor following his ejection from the Portland Chapel.
The building was sold to the Congregationalists in 1828 who renamed it "Highbury Chapel". In 1852 it became a Sunday school when a new chapel was opened in Winchcombe Street. When the Winchcombe site was sold for redevelopment as a cinema, the congregation moved to their new Highbury Church in Oxford Street.
The building is now a youth club hall.
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