The Churches of Britain and Ireland
This website has photographs of many
churches in Macclesfield and the surrounding area -
Christadelphian Hall on Pinfold Street. SJ 913 738. © Len Brankin.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Victoria Road. SJ 895 740. © Len Brankin.
Elim Christian Life Centre (Pentecostal Church) on Parsonage Street. SJ 917 731. © Len Brankin.
Macclesfield Cemetery has the Interdenominational Mortuary Chapel (1860), formerly CoE, and a Crematorium Chapel (1960), previously the Non-Conformist Mortuary Chapel. SJ 909 743. Both © Mike Berrell. Two interior views of the Crematorium Chapel - 1, 2, and the commemorative plaque, all © Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Macclesfield Free Spiritualist Church on Cumberland Street. SJ 916 739. © Len Brankin.
The former Methodist New Connexion Chapel on Park Street has been commercial premises, but is now converted into flats. SJ 917 730. © Mike Berrell.
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Beech Lane now serves as commercial premises. SJ 914 741. © Len Brankin.
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on South Park Road is currently undergoing conversion. SJ 913 731. © Len Brankin.
St. Barnabas, Lyme Avenue. SJ 915 720. © Len Brankin.
St. George on High Street. Len explains that this was originally a Dissenter's Chapel, and it was subsequently re-consecrated by the Bishop of Chester as an Established Church. It was closed in 2004 and converted into offices. SJ 918 729. © Len Brankin. Another view. © Mike Berrell.
St. John the Evangelist on Wilwick Lane. SJ 897 734. © Len Brankin. The predecessor St. John the Evangelist stood at the corner of Statham Street and what was then Dale Street (now St. John's Road). It was built in 1882 and was closed in 1960. This interior view is reproduced by kind permission of Brian Rose, with the assistance of Lesley Baxendale. An exterior view is available here.
Salvation Army Hall, formerly the Roe Street Congregational Chapel. SJ 915 734. © Rob Brettle.
Society of Friends formerly met at Morton Hall, on Union Road. (They used a room here on Sundays). SJ 924 735. © Mike Berrell. Mike advises (2014) that they now meet in the U.R.C. on Park Green.
The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, on Chapel Street is now in residential use. SJ 918 729. © Len Brankin.
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, on Sunderland Street is now in use as commercial premises. SJ 919 734. © Len Brankin.
07 April 2019
© Steve Bulman