The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Pendleton, Salford, Greater Manchester

Pendleton on Wikipedia.
 

The former Friends' Meeting House (1905) on Langworthy Road - now in secular use. Another view. SJ 805 991. Both Mike Berrell (2012).

Mount Chapel Christian Fellowship on Eccles Old Road. SJ 805 995. Mike Berrell.

St. Ambrose (Emmanuel) and Salford Methodist Community Church on Pendleton Way. Interior view. SJ 808 991. Both Mike Berrell. Another view. Philip Kapp. Link.

St. James (R.C.) on Pendleton Way was re-named as St. James and All Souls, following the closure of All Souls, Weaste, in November 2010. SJ 809 991. Mike Berrell. Interior view, Mike Berrell (2016). Link.

St. Paul the Apostle (1856) (now with Christ Church), on Churchill Way. Mike advises that forty years ago, the incumbent (Revd. Canon David S.C. Wyatt) saved the building from Salford City Council's demolition plans. He's still there. Interior view. SJ 813 990. Both Mike Berrell. Link.

St. Peter and St. Paul (R.C.), on Park Road. Interior view. SJ 783 995. Both Mike Berrell.

St. Thomas. Two interior views -1, 2. A drawing of the interior of the church made prior to renovations, an old photo of the church, and a drawing of the former church, all reproduced by kind permission of the church warden. SJ 811 995. All Mike Berrell. Link.

Seventh-day Adventist Church on Cross Lane. SJ 815 985. Mike Berrell.

Windsor Christian Mission (part of Manchester City Mission), on Churchill Way, built 1970. SJ 812 988. Mike Berrell.
 

 

 

 
 

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