Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
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Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley

Calvary Church of God in Christ (formerly the Baptist Church) on Oxford Road in Moseley
Church Calvary
Image by ell brown
Currently this church on Oxford Road in Moseley is a Black peoples church called the Calvary Church of God in Christ.

But orginally it was the Baptist Church, Oxford Road, Moseley.

I heard singing inside as I walked past it.

History: It is a Grade II listed building dating to 1888, designed by J P Osborne. The design was supposed to be for St Agnes’s Church, Moseley, but it did not win. The baptist congregation liked the design, and had it built as there church on Oxford Road.

The building has a clerestoried nave, buttressed narrow aisles, transepts, apsidal chancel, apsidal south-west baptistery and buttressed north-west tower, with pinnacles and spire. It was built in stone.

Info from Victorian Buildings of Birmingham by Roy Thornton.

The Church of the Good Shepherd, formerly the Agapemonite Church, N16

The Church of the Good Shepherd, formerly the Agapemonite Church, N16
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The Agapemonite Church in Stamford Hill, Grade I listed I think, which received a fleeting oblique mention from the late Ken Campbell in this week’s Pick of the Week – Capering with Ken Campbell – on UK BBC Radio 4 – listen again 1 hour long . 2 minutes 44 seconds in.
"There’s a peculiar church round the back of a pond in N16…>"
Designed by Joseph Morris & Sons of Reading (Pevsner) 1892-5 for the Rev Henry James Prine as the Ark of the Covenant for his sect. Stained glass designed by Walter Crane. Around the base of the spire are visible two of the four bronze symbols of the Evangelists.
More about the church here