The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Morley, West Yorkshire

Morley on Wikipedia.

Churches in Bruntcliffe, Churwell, Gildersome.

The derelict Bank Wesleyan Chapel. Gerard Charmley (2012).

Bruntcliffe Primitive Methodist Chapel on Howden Clough Road. Gerard Charmley (2013).

Baptist Tabernacle Chapel (1897). Gerard Charmley (2012).

Church of Christ. Gerard Charmley (2012).

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Bridge Street. Gerard Charmley (2013).

Church of the Nazarene. Gerard Charmley (2012).

Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Church, with Sunday Schools. Gerard Charmley (2012).

The National Spiritualist Church was previously the Catholic Apostolic Church. Gerard Charmley (2012).

The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Bridge Street. Gerard Charmley (2013).

Queen Street Wesleyan Chapel (1861). Gerard Charmley (2012).

Of the Rehoboth Chapel all that survives are the Sunday Schools. The parents of Herbert Asquith were worshippers here. Gerard Charmley (2012).

St. Francis of Assissi (R.C.) on Corporation Street. Bill Henderson.

St. Mary in the Wood Congregational Church. Bill Henderson. Since Bill took his photo, the church has been destroyed by fire. Two further views - 1, 2, and an information board giving some history of this interesting church. The congregation now meet in the church hall. All Gerard Charmley (2012). Grade II listed - link.

The former St. Mary's Town Mission (Congregational) on Middleton Road. Gerard Charmley (2013).

St. Paul on South Queen's Street. Gerard Charmley (2012).

St. Peter on Victoria Road. Bill Henderson.

Salvation Army. Gerard Charmley (2012).

The former United Methodist Free Church, which appears to have been converted into flats. Gerard Charmley (2012).

Zion Independent Chapel on Zion Yard. Gerard advises that this was a splinter from Rehoboth in 1797. Gerard Charmley (2012).

The former Zoar Particular Baptist Chapel (1873) on Commercial Street, now called Unity Hall, and used by the Labour Party. This link says that it was called Zora Chapel (probably a typographical error) on a map of 1894. Gerard Charmley (2012).

St. Andrew on St. Andrew's Avenue. Bill Henderson. Another view, Gerard Charmley (2019). Link.
The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It was succeeded by Fletcher Memorial Church, which Gerard advises was named for Mary Fletcher, who ran a school for orphans hereabouts. Both Gerard Charmley (2019).

All Saints. Bill Henderson.
Churwell Methodist Church on Back Green. This and the the adjacent building, were both originally Wesleyan. Gerard Charmley (2012).
All that remains of the demolished Daffield Inghamite Chapel is the graveyard. Gerard advises that the congregation relocated to Zion in Morley. Gerard Charmley (2012).
The former Mount Zion United Methodist Free Church (1861), now in commercial use. Gerard Charmley (2012).
Gerard suspects this building to have originally been the Primitive Methodist Chapel. Can you confirm? Gerard Charmley (2012).
St. Brigid (R.C.). Bill Henderson. The Church had closed, and was for sale, by 2012. Gerard Charmley (2012).
St. Brigid (R.C.). Bill Henderson.

Gildersome Baptist Church. SE 241 294. Michael Bourne.
Gildersome Methodist Church, originally a Wesleyan Chapel. Gerard Charmley (2012).
Gildersome Quaker Meeting House (1756). SE 243 290. Michael Bourne. Link.
The former United Methodist Free Church, now in residential use. Gerard Charmley (2012).
St. Peter. Bill Henderson. 





04 March 2023

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