Birmingham Church of the Saviour Primitive Methodist mission

Church of the Saviour, Birmingham
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1904/530

The 1896 Primitive Methodist magazine reports that the Primitive Methodist Connexion had just bought The Church of the Saviour in Birmingham. The property consisted of church, schoolrooms and offices.

It was a new initiative for the Connexion and was to be run as a mission, both evangelistic and social.

The Primitive Methodist magazine of September 1900 records a series of new halls that had been erected in Birmingham at a cost of not less than £6,000 or £7,000. The new buildings would give “a presence worth of the Connexion”.

  • Conference Hall
  • The Church of the Saviour
  • Sparkhill chapel

You can read a bit more here.


Primitive Methodist magazine September 1900 page 717

Primitive Methodist magazine 1896 January page 76

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