Keighley Primitive Methodist Chapel

Alice Street

Keighley Primitive Methodist Chapel

The laying of the foundation stones for a chapel to replaceĀ  the Queen Street chapel is recorded in the October 1892 Primitive Methodist magazine. The new premises would consist of chapel, school assembly room, classrooms and vestries.

Because of the opening date of 1893, I am taking this to be the Primitive Methodist chapel in Alice Street.

The chapel still exists, carrying its Primitive Methodist origin carved into the stone. It is in use by Citizen’s Advice and other services.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine October 1892 page 635

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  • Although many annual editions of the Primitive Methodist magazine are available on line – see the Research Resources section of this website – I don’t think that the 1892 edition is. I accessed the 1892 edition by visiting the library at Englesea Brook Miseum of Primitive Methodism and it is also available by visiting John Rylands Library at the University of Manchester. Both have a full set of the magazine

    By Christopher Hill (17/04/2023)
  • Do you know where to access the primitive methodist magazine related to this?

    By Joe (17/04/2023)

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