The Churches of Britain and Ireland
Stretford, Greater Manchester
All Saints on Barton Road. SJ 787 951. © Mike Berrell.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Chester Road. SJ 800 950. © Mike Berrell.
Gospel Hall (Christian Brethren) on Derbyshire Lane. SJ 799 948. © Mike Berrell.
Iglesia Ni Cristo - Church of Christ, Manchester Congregation on Edge Lane and Kenwood Road was built as Union Chapel (Baptist). A close-up of the plaque above the central window. SJ 803 942. Both © Mike Berrell (2012). It was previously in use as the Rylands Hall St. Vincent Housing Association, © Mike Berrell.
Martin Luther Kirche (German Protestant) on Park Road. SJ 791 946. © Mike Berrell.
The Old Chapel (CoE) was in use from 1718 to 1842, when it was succeeded by the then new St. Matthew. Approximate location SJ 795 942. This old photo is from "Old Stretford" by Sir Bosdin Leech (1910), courtesy of Mike Berrell.
St. Francis (Christian Spiritualist) off Edge Lane. Formerly the Brethren's Meeting Room (Exclusive Brethren). SJ 798 943. © Mike Berrell.
St. Hilda on Kings Road and Warwick Road South. SJ 812 952. © Mike Berrell.
St. Hugh of Lincoln (R.C.) on Glastonbury Rd. SJ 776 952. © Mike Berrell.
St. Matthew on Chester Road. SJ 794 941. © Mike Berrell.
Salvation Army on Brunswick Street. SJ 795 939. © Mike Berrell.
Sevenways Methodist Church on Derbyshire Lane. SJ 789 949. © Mike Berrell.
Stretford Cemetery Chapel. SJ 797 938. © Mike Berrell.
Trafford Christian Life Centre, formerly the Independent Methodist Chapel "Re-erected 1879", on Barton Road. SJ 792 942. © Mike Berrell.
The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel which stood on Chester Road, in use from 1844 to ca. 1860, when it was replaced by the Union Chapel (above). This is believed to be the only illustration in existence, and was taken from an old school mug. Approximate location SJ 795 945. Illustration is from "Old Stretford" by Sir Bosdin Leech (1910), courtesy of Mike Berrell.
08 June 2014
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