Waterhouses Primitive Methodist Chapel, Staffs

Photo:Waterhouses PM Chapel

Waterhouses PM Chapel

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This chapel was in the Cheadle PM circuit and the photograph is taken from a glass slide in the collection at Englesea Brook Museum. It dates from c.1915-35.

(added by CH 05/2017)

There is an account by R Jukes in the Primitive Methodist magazine of the opening of a previous Waterhouses Primitive Methodist chapel in the Ramsor circuit. The services took place on 10th and 11th April 1835 and the preachers were C Lace, Thomas Watson, John Hallam and R Jukes.


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1836 p.318 

This page was added by Randle Knight on 01/06/2012.
Comments about this page

The present chapel at Waterhouses was built in 1905 replacing a previous chapel dating from 1835 ( or thereabouts). it is still open for worship and still has a Sunday School, Bible study group and prayer group.

By Marion Hall
On 21/07/2014

I've added detail of the opening of the 1835 chapel.  What happened to it? Does it still stand?

By Christopher Hill
On 15/05/2017

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