From their website: Since 1884, Door of Hope Christian Church has been meeting in different locations across Launceston allowing people to join together in community and worship our great God. And since 2003, we’ve been inhabiting the former Patons and Baldwins (later Coats Patons) factory, again another significant institution in the life of our city.
Located at 22 Glen Dhu St. Currently home to the Launceston Bridge Club.
From the leaflet Launceston Churches of the 20th Century produced by the Launceston Historical Society, the church opened 25 October 1958 for use by the congregation that previously met in St Stephen’s in Wilson. It closed 1985, and at the time the leaflet was produced (1996) was being used by the Assembly Of God.
34 Mulgrave St, on Google Maps
The opening of the new Primitive Methodist Mission Church at Mulgrave
street, Hampden, was celebrated by a grand re-union and meeting last evening.
The pretty building was crowded, and a strong choir rendered excellent sacred
hymns, several members giving solos.
The Examiner, 28 March 1891
HAMPDEN, formerly called Galvin Town, can now boast of a church, which has been erected for the convenience of residents in and around that populous district. It has been established by the Primitive Methodists for mission purposes, and is situated in Mulgrave-street, The formal opening took place yesterday, when the Rev. C. Anthony preached in the afternoon from Genesis xii., 7-8, and in the evening from Mark v., 27–28, Mrs Heath presided at the organ, which. was kindly lent for the occasion by Messrs, Walch Bros. and Birchall, and the members of the choir of the Frederick-street Primitive Methodist Church assisted with the singing.
The Examiner, 21 March 1891