The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Ancoats, Manchester, Greater Manchester

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All Souls on Every St. SJ 857 981. Currently undergoing renovation; re-opening planned for late 2006 as Manchester United Church, a part of the Mount Zion Restoration Ministries. © Mike Berrell.

Body of Christ International Ministries on Pollard Street. SJ 858 986. © Mike Berrell (2010).

The site of Christ Church Chapel (Bible Christian, aka Round House Chapel) on Every Street, which was opened in 1855 and closed in 1880. This site has an old photo. Foundation stone built into the wall. SJ 856 980. Both © Mike Berrell (2010).

Church of The Apostles on Ridgway Street. Roll of Honour, which formerly hung in the now demolished St. Philip's parish church (consecrated 1850, demolished ca. 1967), which stood on Bradford Road. SJ 858 988. Both © Mike Berrell. The church was dedicated in 1978 (plaque). Interior view. Both © Mike Berrell (2018).

Manchester Christian College and Assembly on Chippenham Road. SJ 856 986. © Mike Berrell (2010). Link.

Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (in a former clothing factory), on Bendix Street. © Rob Brettle.

St. Anne (R.C.) on Carruthers Street. Interior view. SJ 857 982. Both © Mike Berrell. Two more interior views, 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2011).

St. Michael (R.C.) on George Leigh Street. The official dates are 1869 - 2004, though a sign still announces a Sunday Prayer Group. SJ 849 987. © Mike Berrell. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and a processional flag, all © Mike Berrell (2011). Link.

The former St. Peter, dating from 1859, on Blossom Street. In secular use since 1960, it is currently being restored. SJ 850 987. © Mike Berrell. Mike advises (2013) that it is now known as Hallé St. Peter's - see here.

Trinity Methodist Church on Butler Street. Interior view. SJ 856 988. © Mike Berrell.





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