The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Woodhouse, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Friends' Meeting House on Meeting House Lane. This source dates it to circa 1666, but was this the present building? Probably not, as otherwise it's likely to have been listed. SK 4220 8474. © David Regan (2022). Another view can be seen here.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Market Street and Beaver Hill Road. SK 4225 8485. © David Regan (2022).
There is/was a double Mortuary Chapel in the cemetery on Revill Lane. Tree cover prevents me from seeing from satellite views if they survive, and I haven't been able to find a photo. SK 4220 8505.
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street, now in commercial use. David advises that the chapel dates from 1905, but that the original pre-1875 chapel survives to the rear. SK 4190 8489. © David Regan (2022).
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Furnace Lane at Woodhouse Mill is now in commercial use. It pre-dates a map of 1894. SK 4316 8561. © David Regan (2022).
The Salvation Army Church on Tannery Street, as seen by Streetview in 2021. SK 4189 8478.
Southern Light Community Church on Tannery Street. It stands exactly on the site of Zion Chapel, marked on the now-vanished Malthouse Lane on an O.S. map published in 1937. To judge from the old photo of Zion here, the core of the present building is Zion. © David Regan (2022). Link.
Trinity Methodist Church on Chapel Street is the former Sunday School for the now disused Wesleyan Methodist Chapel which stands adjacent. The church website says that the church is shared with Philipino and African congregations. SK 4181 8487. Both © David Regan (2022). The old chapel (SK 4179 8485) is grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1878. The gateway and railway has a separate listing as grade II. 2023 news story about rejection of plans to convert the old church into flats.
The former United Methodist Chapel on Church Lane is now a Community Centre. SK 4200 8493. © David Regan (2022), who advises that it was built no later than 1875.
19 August 2023
© Steve Bulman