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Opposite the village green, this chapel is now a Stockbroker’s office. It was built in 1877 as a Baptist church commemorating the links that the area has with John Bunyan. It closed in 1987
On the main village street a small chapel that is not part of the Baptist Union.
A large hamlet just beyond Luton Airport’s runway. This rather urban chapel by George Baines and Sons dating from 1904 is the only place of worship here as the parish church is some way away at Kings Walden. It replaced an older 1870s building, whose schoolrooms remain at the rear. It also contains a much older pulpit reputed to be that used by John Bunyan in the late 17th century.
At the eastern end of this small hamlet. This is a small relatively modern building replacing an older building, Union Chapel of 1886, on the same site. It is associated with Luton Central Baptist church.
A church of 1952 with many extensions both at the rear and the front.
At the eastern end of the High Street, the church was built in 1843.
Just off the main road through this western suburb of Rickmansworth. It was built in 1960-61, replacing an 1823 chapel, and extended in 1998 and 2013
A short way off the northern end of the High Street sits this building of 1960 which replaced a chapel of 1875 that was on the High Street itself.
About a mile from the village centre stands this church of 1959.