Mottram Methodist New Connexion chapel

Stalybridge Road Mottram, SK14 6NF

Mottram Methodist New Connexion chapel

The former Mottram Methodist New Connexion chapel is said to be the oldest surviving Methodist chapel in the Manchester area which is still in use as a place of worship.

Built in 1791 as a Methodist meeting house, it changed to the Methodist New Connexion in 1803 and became a Congregational church in c.1850.  In 2021 it is Hope Christian Centre. Alterations to the building were made in 1836 and 1852.  A plaque records the Congregational  name of the church.

It is a grade II Listed Building and you can see a picture and read a description here.

Grid Reference: SJ 99276 95674

 

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