Battle Hill Presbyterian Gallery
United Presbyterian Church, Battle Hill
The seceders of the Scotch Presbyterian Church (see St AIdan’s Church Gallery) 1831 worshipped briefly in the Moot Hall, 1832-39 in the Roman Catholic chapel Cockshaw, 1839-63 in the Methodist chapel in Gilesgate, and finally built the Battle Hill church.
- 1847: United Presbyterian Church formed from union of United Secession and Relief Churches.
- 1876: became Presbyterian Church of England.
- 1863: church and Sunday school built in Early English style by those who broke away from the Scotch Church in 1831.
- 1883: extended for enlarged schoolroom; organ and gallery added.
- 1948: sold as site for a Post Office; congregation moved to English Presbyterian Church Hall Hencotes.
- 1954: demolished, organ removed to English Presbyterian Church Hall Hencotes.
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