Historical Documents (pdfs)

Tercentenary Celebrations November 1962 Souvenir Brochure – Click on the image above to view  

A commemorative booklet reprinted from the “Southampton Times” August 23rd 1913 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of St Andrew’s Church

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The 1900 Stonehenge Bazaar The primary object of the bazaar was to raise money towards the cost of building the new Avenue Congregational Church. Its inaugural service was held in December 1898. Over half of the £13,000 had been raised among the congregation and friends, with another £1200 promised over the following four years. A […]

Here is the order of service for the Amalgamation of Avenue United Reformed Church and St Andrews United Reformed Church 28th September 1986

Here is the order of service for the first service at Avenue St Andrews after the Amalgamation of St Andrews with Avenue Church. The service was held on Sunday 5th October 1986

A scrapbook kept during the First World War by E A Hamilton.This scrap book contains cuttings from the monthly church magazine of Avenue Congregational Church during the First World War. The original book is in the reference section of Southampton City Library, although the church archives of Avenue St Andrew’s URC hold the original magazines. […]

  Transcription of Avenue Church 1st World War Roll of Honour. The men on the Roll or their friends are urged to give the Minister or Church Secretary full particulars as to rank, regiment, etc., for the preparation of the complete Roll of Honour in its final form. The Roll of Supreme Honour. “They counted […]

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The Soldiers’ Book is a Visitors Book for the Avenue Hall from Tuesday August 31st 1915 until Monday November 8th 1915 and records the soldiers who passed through the Avenue Hall prior to embarkation for service on the Front. It is believed to be the only remaining volume of an original set of 12 kept […]