Richard Baxter's Church (1674)

Baxter was speaking regularly at New Street to large numbers, so he decided to build a larger church in Oxendon Street. His next door neighbour was an MP and objected twice to the building in Parliament but he received no support. He only spoke there once because there was much persecution against him and he knew that he would be arrested if he set foot on the premises again.

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I have not been able to discover exactly where the church was on this street.