The Churches of Britain and Ireland


Congleton, Cheshire

Congleton on Wikipedia.

Churches in Mossley.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (2009) on Newcastle Road. Chris Emms (2009).

Congleton Edge Methodist Church. SJ 875 599. Len Brankin.

Congleton Pentecostal Church on Cross Street, which was built as Congleton Unitarian Church in 1883, and which lasted until 1978. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010).

Congleton Spiritualist Church, on Park Road. SJ 860 631. Len Brankin.

Key Green Methodist Church. SJ 891 638. Len Brankin.

The former Methodist New Connexion Chapel (1836, closed 1969) on Queen Street. Now a garage. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010).

New Life Church on West Road. SJ 850 631. Len Brankin.

Pentecostal Church on Cross Street. SJ 857 630. Len Brankin.

The former Primitive Methodist Church on Kinsey Street. SJ 860 629. Len Brankin.

Rood Lane Methodist Church. SJ 857 633. Len Brankin. Link.

St. James the Great on Astbury Street. SJ 853 630. Len Brankin. Link.

St. John the Evangelist at Buglawton. SJ 870 636. Len Brankin. Link.

St. Mary (R.C.) on West Road. SJ 852 630. Len Brankin.

St. Peter on Chapel Street (1720). SJ 857 629. Len Brankin. Another view. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010). Gervase advises that it was built as a Chapel of Ease to Astbury, becoming Congleton Parish Church in 1867.  Link.

St. Stephen on Brook Street. SJ 863 632. Len Brankin. Link.

Trinity Methodist Church on Wagg Street. SJ 857 628. Len Brankin. Link.

U.R.C. on Antrobus Street. SJ 855 630. Len Brankin.

Wellspring Methodist Church on Canal Road. SJ 864 6323. Len Brankin. Link.                                                

The former Biddulph Road Methodist Church (built 1840 as Primitive Methodist), now a private residence. Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010).
Holy Trinity. SJ 878 618. Len Brankin.




22 April 2006

Steve Bulman

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