Cullercoats, John Street, PM Chapel, Northumberland

John Street PM Chapel Cullercoats
Newcastle District Archives
Newcastle District Archives
Bomb damage to John Street PM Chapel, Cullercoats, 8 August 1942


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  • Now a nondescript block of 1970’s two storey flats, nothing remaining.

    By John Walley (08/02/2023)
  • I’ve added a short history of Cullercoats Methodist Church provided by its author, SB Morrison. It sets out Cullercoats from after the Quakers had left and before the Primitive Methodist arrived to near enough the present day. It contains many photographs and testimonies of what went on – including splits and the bombing, and what became of the church during and after the war,

    By Christopher Hill (18/03/2022)
  • The Primitive Methodist magazine of October 1901 records the opening of a new chapel at Cullercoats “well situated on the main thoroughfare. It cost just over £3,000 of which they had raised half.
    The old chapel was used as the Sunday school.

    The writer rejoiced that summer congregations were large, but wondered what would happen in the winter when there were fewer visitors. It was noted however that there were fishermen’s wives in the congregation.

    By Christopher Hill (22/01/2022)

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