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In suburban Hemel, a church from the 1970s.
On a hilltop overlooking the town, there are two disused chapels facing each other. One was Anglican and the other non conformist. They are similar but one has lancets at the entrance end and a gable cross, the other no crosses but cross-shaped windows at the entrance end. The cemetery dates from 1878.
In suburban Hemel Hempstead. Opened in 2015, this church replaced a town centre building demolished in 2014 and an older building on this site. The worship area is at one end as part of a larger development of ancillary rooms by Life Build Solutions.
An independent chapel just off the main London road in Apsley, Built as Salem Strict Baptist chapel in 1818.
Formerly Apsley Methodist Church, it became the Community Centre in 1984.
A small building in the south-east of the town. It was built as Bethel Full Gospel Church in 1952.
In suburban south-east Hemel and dating from 1962.
A modern complex of meeting rooms and halls, the largest of which is used for worship. The Centre is a separate charity from the evangelical church which owns the land.