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Social & Christian Change

1700-1950

This panel is a storyline across the top, then follow the puddles to start again across the bottom. Look for the clever linking of the individual events.

 

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Historical Summary

This was a period of significant change in the social and Christian spheres. Christian voices demanded change in many social settings, for example the Congregationalists founding Rochford's first town school catering for poorer children. 

New Christian denominations were also emerging which emphasised the importance of Christians having a personal relationship with Jesus.

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Ashingdon Elim Pentecostal Church, Corner of Clifton Road

535 Ashingdon Road

Ashingdon, Rochford

SS4 3HE

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