West Brixton Primitive Methodist chapel

The 1898 Primitive Methodist magazine reports evangelistic work in West Brixton, particularly, the acquisition of a new place of worship. It was an iron buildingĀ  and since its opening, congregations had grown from the 30 or so who met in the previous place to around 200, with an offertory of 30 shillings weekly.

Where was the iron chapel and what happened to the society?

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine November 1898 page 875

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