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Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart. Bloomsbury Chapel opened in December 1848. William Brock Minister of Bloomsbury Chaptel 1848-72. Doré’s drawing of Dudley Street, the road between Bloomsbury Chapel and its Mission Hall. George Wilson M’Cree, Domestic Missionary of Bloomsbury Chapel 1848-73.

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Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart


Bloomsbury Chapelopened in December1848


William BrockMinister of Bloomsbury Chaptel1848-72


Doré’s drawing of Dudley Street, the road between Bloomsbury Chapel and its Mission Hall


GeorgeWilsonM’Cree, Domestic Missionaryof Bloomsbury Chapel1848-73


Children’s tea party in St Giles, 1879,probably at the Bloomsbury Mission Hall


A slum in Bloomsbury, 1909, when conditions had considerably improved


Preacher 1962, Dr Howard Williams


Preacher2012Revd Dr RuthGouldbourne, Minister since 2007


Young Women’s Gymnasium, 1907


Preparing Sunday lunch, 1980s


The Choir, 1909


The Choir, 1990s


John FrancisAthenaeumpublisher, political campaigner, member of Bloomsbury


Martin Luther Kingpreached in this church29 October 1961


Jubilee campaign on debt relief for poorest countries


Lobbying local MP, Fred Dobson


The mass protest against the going to war against IraqReuter’s photographer found a vantage point on the church roof


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