Bridlington Quay Primitive Methodist chapel

chapels of the Bridlington circuit
Christian Messenger 1910/90

The first Primitive Methodist Church at the Quay was built in 1833 on the Esplanade and was known as “the Ranter’s chapel”.  On Methodist Union in 1932, Quay Primitive Methodist chapel became Central Methodist.

The site of the Central Methodist Church is now occupied by Iceland Supermarket.

Eric Fell has set out a well researched account of the history of Methodism in Bridlington on the Circuit website.

Reference

History of the Burlington St Johns Methodist church in Bridlington on the Bridlington Methodist Circuit website accessed April 10th 2015

Primitive Methodist magazine 1836 p.393

Primitive Methodist magazine 1877 page 755

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