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Noel Street Presbyterian Church, Nottingham

Noel Street Presbyterian Church (from AU/V 5/3) 
 

The Noel Street Preaching Station was a mission established as a daughter church of St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in 1901. It was in the Hyson Green area of Nottingham, on the corner of Noel Street and Beaconsfield Street. It closed in the mid-20th century, and most of its congregation transferred to St Andrew’s. According to the brochure commemorating the centenary of St Andrew’s in 1966 (AU/V 5/3), former members of Noel Street were instrumental in establishing the Fellowship of Youth at St Andrew’s.

 

Records

There are no specific records of the Noel Street Mission within the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church collection (AU), although its activities are mentioned within various documents.

Nottinghamshire Archives holds records of the church, as follows:

  • Session minutes, 1932-1950 (NC/IR15/1/1)
  • Session minutes, 1950-1955 (NC/IR15/1/2)
  • Communicants’ roll book, 1934-1953 (NC/IR15/2/1)
  • Certificate appointing Noel Street Presbyterian Church as a recognised place of worship, 1949 (NC/IR15/2/2)

 

Registers

No registers are known to be in public archives or record offices.

 

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