The Churches of Britain and Ireland

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Isle of Man on Wikipedia.

This website (a useful resource) illustrates how many Manx Methodist chapels still remain to be added to this page.

Baldrine, Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist in 1885, replacing a nearby chapel of 1843, which is still in use as a parish hall. SC 427 810. Martin Richter (2013). Link.
Braddan, Old Kirk Braddan. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.

Cregneash, St. Peter (1878). Interior view. Both Derek West.


Greeba, the ruins of the 12th century St. Trinion (or Trinian). From an engraving (ca. 1785). SC 318 002. Colin Waters Collection. A modern view. David Egginson. Link.

Laxey, Christ Church (consecrated 1856). John Balaam (2011). Interior view, John Balaam (2015). Link.

Malew, St. Lupus (the Parish Church - Kirk Malew. SC 268 695. David Egginson. Link1. Link2.
Maughold, St. Maughold. From an old postcard, Geoff Watts' Collection. Link.

Onchan, Lourdes Grotto. Jim Parker. St. Peter. John Balaam (2017). Link.

Port Erin, St. Catherine. Interior view. Grace Baptist Church. Another view. Link. All John Balaam (2015). Methodist Church (1903). John Balaam (2011). Link.
Port St. Mary, St. Mary, on Bay View Road. Interior view. Link. Methodist Church on Athol Street. Link. Living Hope Church on Bay View Road. Link. All John Balaam (2017).

Ramsey, St. Paul (consecrated 1822) on Dale Street. The interior. Both John Balaam (2011 and 2023). Link, which says it was consecrated in 1822. Ramsey Methodist Centre on Waterloo Road and Parsonage Road. John Balaam (2011). Link.

Sulby, St. Stephen. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.

Tynwald, Chapel of St. John. Jim Parker. Link.




16 July 2023

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