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Lerwick, Shetland

Lerwick on Wikipedia.


The rooms above this shop served as the Assemblies of God (Pentecostal) Church until the 1980's. Tim Flitcroft (2013).

The former Baptist Church (1894-2010) on Clairmont Place. Martin Briscoe. The replacement church opened in 2011. Tim Flitcroft (2012). Link1. Link2.

Church now used as a library. Martin Briscoe. My thanks to Kevin Price for advising that this is the former St. Ringan's United Free Church.

Church of God. Martin Briscoe.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Tim Flitcroft (2013).

Congregational Church. Martin Briscoe.

Ebenezer Hall (Christian Brethren, 1885) on Navy Lane. Tim Flitcroft (2012). Link.

Emmanuel Christian Fellowship (Assemblies of God) on Bank Lane. Tim Flitcroft (2012). Link.

Evangelical Church, Garthspool. Martin Briscoe.

House of Hope (Reformed Evangelical) on Mounthooley Street. Previously a Norwegian Sailors/Fishermans Mission. At some point this ceased, and the missioneer remained, forming the current church. Tim Flitcroft (2014). Link.

Methodist Church, aka Adam Clarke Methodist Chapel, on Hillhead. Tim Flitcroft (2012). Link1. Link2.

St. Margaret (R.C.). Martin Briscoe.

St. Olaf's Hall was formerly a United Free Church, which closed in 1958. Another view. Both Martin Briscoe. Thanks to Kevin Price for additional history.

Salvation Army on North Road. Tim Flitcroft (2014).

Sound Gospel Hall (Christian Brethren) on Oversund Road. Tim Flitcroft (2012).

Unknown Church. Martin Briscoe. Kevin Price has advised that this is St. Clements's Hall (1901) on St. Olaf Street, which (apart from its use as St. Columba's  church hall) was used for services by Dutch fishermen. St. Columba itself can be seen here.

 

 
 

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31 October 2015

Steve Bulman

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