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Work began on the building in 1902 and the church opened for worship on May 3rd 1905.
 
Work began on the building in 1902 and the church opened for worship on May 3rd 1905.

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Situated in Sidwell Street, Exeter

Work began on the building in 1902 and the church opened for worship on May 3rd 1905.

Fredrick Commins was the architect with French engineer, Paul Cottancin


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