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The churchyard at Busbridge is full of memorials, including one to Gertrude Jekyll, the great gardener, who lived nearby at Munstead. But the church is itself a memorial, paid for by Emma Ramsden of Busbridge Hall to commemorate her first husband. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott RA, it was built in 1866 in bargate stone lined with chalk.

Memories of Godalming, Congregational Church 1898

My father was the minister of the Baptist Church in Queen Street from 1962 until 1970. The little church was too small to hold his welcome services so these were held in the Congregational Church, with tea in the hall. He often preached in this church on Good Feiday and Christmas Day when the non conformist churches held a united service. When I was old enough I used to attend a Bible Class called Crusaders which ...see more

My father was minister from 1961-1970. I spent many happy years growing up in Godalming - sad to see this is no longer a church.

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