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All Saints' Church, Monkwearmouth

All Saints’ Church is a church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland, England. A parish of All Saints was formed in 1844 when it became clear that there was no longer enough room in the only parish church for Monkwearmouth (St Peter's), and a church for the new parish was completed and consecrated in 1849. One of its vicars was Alexander Boddy, and so All Saints' became known as the birthplace of modern British Pentecostalism. All Saints' is now again part of the parish of Monkwearmouth.

All Saints' Church
All Saints' Church is located in Tyne and Wear
All Saints' Church
All Saints' Church
Red pog.svg  All Saints' Church shown within Tyne and Wear
54°54′54″N 1°22′48″W / 54.915°N 1.380°W / 54.915; -1.380Coordinates: 54°54′54″N 1°22′48″W / 54.915°N 1.380°W / 54.915; -1.380
OS grid referenceNZ398580
LocationCity of Sunderland
CountryEngland
DenominationAnglican
Websitewww.monkwearmouthcofe.com
History
StatusParish church
FoundedSeptember 3, 1844 (1844-09-03)
Consecrated23 October 1849
Architecture
Functional statusActive
Architect(s)J. Dobson Esq
Architectural typeEarly English Style
Completed13 May 1849
Construction cost£2,200
Administration
ParishMonkwearmouth
DioceseNewcastle
ProvinceYork
Clergy
ArchbishopJohn Tucker Mugabi Sentamu
Bishop(s)John Martin Wharton CBE

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