Crook Primitive Methodist chapel

Crook Dawson Street PM chapel front
Christopher Humble 2020
Crook Dawson Street PM chapel interior
Christopher Humble 2020
Crook Dawson Street PM chapel date stone
Christopher Humble 2020
Return from Crook Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
transcribed by David Tonks 2020
Crook Dawson Street PM chapel memorial window to Ralph Walton
Christopher Humble 2020
Crook Dawson Street PM chapel memorial window
Christopher Humble 2020
Crook Dawson Street PM chapel memorial window to Jonathan Stephenson
Christopher Humble 2020
Decorative Window from Crook Hope Street Wesleyan Methodist chapel incorporated into the fabric of Dawson Street Hall
Christopher Humble 2020
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Crook Primitive Methodist chapel

The Census of Places of Public Religious Worship of 1851 included a return from Crook Primitive Methodist chapel. The chapel had been built in 1847 but in the 1851 return they revealed that they intended to double its size and add a Sunday school.

In 1868 a new chapel was built at the junction of Dawson Street and Emmerson Street. It subsequently combined with its Wesleyan counterpart from Hope Street and in 2020 the society is in a Local Ecumenical Partnership with its URC partner. The former Wesleyan society brought with it beautiful decorative glass  which was incorporated into the fabric of the hall at Dawson Street.  You can see more of these photographs here.

Thanks to Christopher Humble for providing the photographs.

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