Tiverton Baptist Church
Tiverton Baptist Church is one of the oldest Baptist churches in the country, established in 1607. It has occupied its current location for over 250 years and has a congregation of over 50 people from Tiverton and beyond.
The church is part of the Churches Together in Tiverton scheme and has links with other places of worship in the town. Sunday morning services start at 11:00am and most are recorded and can be watched on the church website. The church has a baby changing area and crèche.
The current building was built in 1876 by George Soudon Bridgman (1839-1925). The facade is a mix of Gothic Revival styles made from squared grey Westleigh stone rubble with dressings of Bath stone and details of red Paignton stone and cream brick. Bridgman was from Torquay and also designed Brixham Town Hall and the Victoria and Albert Hotel in Torquay.
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