The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Marple, Greater Manchester

Marple on Wikipedia.

All Saints, on Church Lane. One of that small group of churches with a separate tower. War Memorial. SJ 962 879. Both Mike Berrell. Hearse House, and skull-and-crossbones detail, and the lych gate, all Mike Berrell (2011). Another view. Interior view. Both Stephen Ogley. Link.

Holy Spirit (R.C) on Leigh Avenue. Interior view. SJ 954 884. Both Mike Berrell.

Independent Evangelical Church on Queen Street. SJ 960 886. Mike Berrell.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Edwards Way. SJ 953 885. Mike Berrell (2010).

Marple Methodist Church, previously Primitive Methodist, on Church Lane. Also used by the Religious Society of Friends. Windows. SJ 959 884. Both Mike Berrell. Link.

The now demolished Mount Pleasant Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, The Ridge. Photographed from a photograph in the Ridge Methodist Church (see below), and reproduced by kind permission of the chapel leaders. SJ 963 871. Modern photograph Mike Berrell.

The former Religious Society of Friends on Church Lane (cottage in centre of photo) is now in secular use since the Friends now meet in the Methodist Church (above). SJ 957 886. Mike Berrell.

The Ridge Methodist Church, on The Ridge. Interior view. This is the former Sunday School to Mount Pleasant Wesleyan Chapel (demolished). SJ 963 871. Mike Berrell. Link.

St. Paul on Strines Road, Strines. Interior view. War Memorial plaque. SJ 972 864. Mike Berrell. Link.

U.R.C. on Hibbert Lane. SJ 957 884. Interior view. Both Mike Berrell. Link.




13 October 2023

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