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Independent And Nonconformist (Newspaper) - July 5, 1894, London, Middlesex VTIL JULY PBICE ONE WEST HAMPSTEAD WE have the authority of Horton for saying that West Hampstead is a destitute district in the seise that its population has gone up by leaps and and that Congregationalism is weak in a neighbour hood where the spirit of suburbanity quality which occurs whena Nonconformist chapel is looming in the A jproject in whicti Professors Cave Horton and have a paternal interest is with the blessing of to It contains all the elements of The zealous friends round about who are interesting themselves in the1 movement do ought not pressing appeals all over the They have quietly and generously subscribed among themselves some towards the required according to our experience in such may have to be The WEST HAMPSTEAD CONGREGATIONAL FINOHLEY was some time ago denned in our and which the esteemed minister above referred of in the capacity of a medical as a disease of a most vinjlent and fatal Hortons specific against the complaint has been in use in the neighbouring district of and with so much effect that every one acquainted with the northwestern region will ardently desire that the new Congregational church that is to rise in the west may be equal in spiritual influence and usefulness the Lyndhurst road place of which is diffusing a very wholesome leaven among the residents of that northern But we must forbear to prolong such It will be seen from our other Columns that the project of a new which is to be erected close to Hackney has been started under the most favourable We need not describe its imposing and harmonious Circumspice The foundation stone of this proposed church building of the central area style has already been and its preceding history a type of what generally friends in West Hampstead evidently know what they are They did not go to the WestEnd for an ornamental but selected one of the chairman of the Building perform the ceremony on4 Saturday last and we can hardly imagine that even if a Westminster or a Devonshire had been in either of them would have laid down by way of a start as did the liberalminded sum forthcoming also from the Lyndhurstroad Church as a mark of their sympathy and brotherly and a gift of from the London Congregational On this on which the erection of a was will soon arise riot only a commanding a group of including a lecture and a we may very soon hope to see a suburban church after the pattern of and with similar and varied adapted to operate spiritually and socially upon all the surrounding It is astonishing how inactive people are soon drawn by example and precept into such spheres of
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