Sudbury Primitive Methodist Chapel

Gregory Street, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 1AZ

Sudbury Primitive Methodist chapel
The Tale of the years: Cambridge & Lynn District 1807-1907 p81

The foundation stone for this former Primitive Methodist Chapel was laid in August 1863 by Samuel Higgs, Mayor of Sudbury. Seventy years later, at the time of Methodist Union, the Primitive Methodists joined the Wesleyan congregation at St John’s Methodist Church, York Road, which opened in 1902.

The chapel is now a place of worship for the Living Waters Fellowship, part of the Apostolic Pentecostal Church.

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  • An earlier photograph, showing the chapel in Methodist use, has been added

    By Philip Thornborow (05/02/2024)

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