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Berners Street, Lozells

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josie have you seen the 3 photos of berners st on post 100..one shows the houses opposite the park i think...

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Eileen J

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Yes, St Peter's mission Hall
I was christened in the Church of the Nazarene on Berners Street in 1954, as we lived at 129 Berners Street until 1965. Would this be the church pictured do you think? I see it is listed as St Peters Mission Hall but wondered if the Church of the Nazarene took it over later? My brother Brian Farmer and his friend Les Evans also attended that church in the 1940s and 50s and went on to become ministers in the Nazarene Church
 
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