Rosuudgeon had two Bible Christian chapels. The first one, on Prussia Cove Road, (TR20 9AX) carries a datestone inscribed BCC 1858. It was built of granite and elvan rubble with granite dressings and has a half hipped scantle slate roof. It had a rectangular footprint and at one time had a gallery in one end. It was replaced in 1904 by a larger chapel on the A394 which carries the inscription BCC 1904.
The first chapel became the Sunday school for the society and is still marked as such on the 1936 Ordnance Survey map, but on Google Street View in 2011 is shown as a pottery and showroom.
The later chapel on Street View is in residential use.
The first chapel is a Grade II Listed Building and you can see a specification and picture here.
- first chapel: SW 55700 29496
- second chapel: SW 55885 29541