Sale Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel

Cheshire

Sale Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel
Sale Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel | postcard belonging to Revd Steven Wild
postcard belonging to Revd Steven Wild
Sale Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel
Sale Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel | provided by David Tonks
provided by David Tonks

The first chapel in Northenden Road was opened in 1839. The original plaque is in the church hall today. The 1851  places of worship census records that attendance in the afternoon was 50 and in the evening 70. There was an afternoon Sunday School for 50 scholars.

The second chapel has a date stone 1873, and the School Room, which you can see behind to the right, has a date stone 1872.

Today it has a lovely, friendly worshipping congregation.

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