Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel

Dalling Road Hammersmith, W6 0EU

Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 1994
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1994
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | Handbook of the Primitive Methodist Conference 1908; Englesea Brook Museum
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Handbook of the Primitive Methodist Conference 1908; Englesea Brook Museum
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | G. W. Oxley
G. W. Oxley
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | G. W. Oxley
G. W. Oxley
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | G. W. Oxley
G. W. Oxley
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | G. W. Oxley
G. W. Oxley
Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel | G. W. Oxley
G. W. Oxley

The first Dalling Road Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1870 and the second chapel with its adjacent Sunday School,in 1905.  It was part of the Hammersmith and Fulham section of the London Mission.

The chapel,which fronts onto Furber Street,  is used in May 2015 by Hammersmith Christian Fellowship (Baptist).

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  • Thanks to G. W. Oxley for the photographs that have now been added to this page.

    By Margaret Veal (05/02/2019)
  • Dalling Road Primitive Methodist Chapel was built on the site of the present institute and school in 1870. It was replaced by the present chapel in 1892 and the institute and school replaced the old chapel in 1905. In 1940 the chapel seated 200 in pews. There was a schoolroom and three other rooms. The institute and school are now used as residences and a nursery
    Sources
    Methodist Church Buildings: Statistical returns including seating accommodation as at July 1st 1940, No 95
    Site visit 31/1/2019

    By GW Oxley (05/02/2019)
  • It is good to know the architect of this unusual building. This information is essential but can be hard to find. Where are other examples of Davidson and Phillipson’s chapel architecture?

    By GW Oxley (05/02/2019)
  • Davidson and Phillipson of Newcastle and London were the architects of the 1905 Sunday School and Institute

    By Colin Dews (28/02/2018)

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