Postcard of St. John’s Church in Hove, c1904
When St John’s Church was planned in the 1840s it was going to be called St Saviour’s. However, when it was brought to the attention of the church’s protestant founders to be built church that the name was a corruption of St Francis Xavier, a catholic saint, the name was changed to St John the Baptist’s Church.
Then & Now view
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