The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Little Hulton, Greater Manchester
Gospel Hall on Ram Street. SD 717 039. © Mike Berrell (2008).
Peel Chapel (1760, demolished ca. 1876) on Peel Lane, Peel. SD 719 039. From Mike Berrell's Collection. Also see St. Paul (below) for a window from this church.
Primitive Methodist Church on Memorial Road and Rushton Street. SD 737 027. © Mike Berrell (2007).
Primitive Methodist Church on Worsley Road North. SD 735 042. © Mike Berrell (2008).
Redeemed Christian Church of God on Manchester Road East. SD 723 037. © Mike Berrell (2008).
St. Joseph (R.C.) on Old Lane. SD 721 043. © Mike Berrell (2008).
St. Paul (1876) on Peel Lane, Peel. SD 719 039. © Philip Kapp. Another view and two interior views - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2012). This beautiful window came from the old Peel Capel (see above). Mike explains "The window over the Font is from the old Peel Chapel. Made of porcelain, the window was painted and then baked. It is all in one piece and depicts Christ in Glory with St. John at the left and St. Paul at the right. In this position above the Font we are reminded of our whole Christian Life from Baptism through Death, and because of Christ - 'the Sacrificial Lamb' - we are assured of the Resurrection into a glorious life. This window was given in memory of James and Elizabeth Weston and their departed children". © Mike Berrell (2012). Link1. Link2.
30 January 2014
© Steve Bulman