Brownhills West Rehoboth

Brownhills West, Rehoboth Primitive Methodist chapel Brownhills, Staffs;- social event, c1950s, held in the wooden hut
This little booklet was printed to commemorate the silver anniversary of Brownhills West Rehoboth Methodist chapel

Brownhills West Rehoboth Primitive Methodist Church stood at the junction of the A5 Watling Street and the A452 Chester Road, Brownhills, where today there is a large traffic island. It was opened on Sunday October 2nd, 1892. Oral tradition is that years before then there had been a wooden chapel, affectionately known as Noah’s Ark, in nearby Wilkin Road, Brownhills West

The chapel was extended to add a vestry, in 1907. The chapel was demolished when the road was widened in the 1960s.


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