Ebenezer Chapel and its buildings

Ebenezer Chapel was the home of a Strict and Particular Baptist congregation from when it was built in 1853 until 2020. The current church (our full legal name is 'Ebenezer Reformed Chapel, Luton'  but we are known after the building as 'Ebenezer Chapel') bought the buildings in July 2023. We began meeting as a new congregation a few months earlier on Easter Sunday

We currently meet in the 'Schoolroom', a large hall behind the Chapel, built in 1884. We would love to welcome you there one Sunday. We hope to move into the Chapel itself when some repairs and improvements are completed

For the architecturally-minded: the Chapel building is a Grade II listed building in neo-classical style. It is constructed with Luton grey bricks and has a stucco façade and a Welsh slate roof. The substantial railings were made in a local Luton foundry. The interior has box pews.