Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport

formerly in: Monmouthshire


N.B.Position of marker is approximate and does not necessarily show the exact location of the site.

Site OS Grid Ref: ST30278782

Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport _MG_6019.jpg Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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Chapel (Baptist)

Baptist chapel built in 1912 by Charles E. Compton of Newport. Closed during the 1990s, and subsequently reopened as the Burleigh Academy (performing arts centre and venue), and latterly as Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ).

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Artworks at this site:
  A Soldier Presented to Christ by St George A Soldier Presented to Christ by St George
firm/studio: Wm. Pearce & E. Cutler
about 1920
Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport
side wall
  Christ the Good Shepherd with St Paul and St John the Baptist Christ the Good Shepherd with St Paul and St John the Baptist
firm/studio: William Pearce Ltd
about 1911
Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport
sanctuary apse
  Christ Reading the Scriptures and St John Christ Reading the Scriptures and St John
firm/studio: William Pearce Ltd
about 1924
Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport
Side wall
  Christ and the Faithful Steward Christ and the Faithful Steward
firm/studio: John Hardman Studios
1953
Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport
(liturgical) south wall
  King David King David
firm/studio: William Pearce Ltd
about 1928
Llanthewy Road Baptist Church, Newport
sanctuary apse
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