|Monument type||United Reformed Church|
Eustace H. Button
139 Muller Road
|Local authority||Bristol City|
The merged United Reformed Church built with funds from the compulsory purchase by Bristol City Council of the historic city centre Whitefield Tabernacle Congregational Church in Penn Street.
The former Muller Road Congregational Church by Button built on the site in 1933 is now the church hall.
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