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18th Jun 1876HistoryChrist ChurchBrooker's Guide
On the opposite side of the road stands Christ Church, which was opened and dedicated for public worship by the Lord Bishop of Chichester on the 18th June, 1876. Though small, it has inside a very church-like appearance. The site was given by R. J. Streatfeild, Esq., who also, in conjunction with the Rev. E. T. Cardale, the then rector, bore the expense of the erection.

1882Directory entryChrist ChurchKelly's Directory
Christ church, an iron chapel at the hamlet of Ridgwood, about a mile from the parish church, has sittings for 153 persons and is served from the parish church.
Hours of service: 3.30 p.m. & once a quarter, at 11 a.m

1888Directory entryChrist ChurchBrooker's Guide
Christ Church, Ridgewood
Clergy, as at Parish Church, Churchwarden, G. W. Adair, Esq. Clerk, Mr. Sawyers. Service, every Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion once a quarter at morning service, and every 3rd Sunday in the month, at 8 o'clock a.m.

c 1899Ridgewood, South of Uckfield - c 1899Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1899 by Ordnance SurveyChrist Church

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