Holsworthy United Methodist Church and adjoining Church Hall are Grade II Listed Buildings as a good example of an early C20 Methodist church. You can see a description and picture here.
The chapel as it appears in 2021 dates from 1909-10 but is essentially an 1876 chapel with the addition of a tower. It was designed by Samuel Parsons and built by Messrs Parsons and Glover of Holsworthy.
Built in the Early English style of Bath stone with Plymouth limestone dressings, it carries the carving ‘United Methodist Church 1910’
In 2021 it is still an active Methodist church
Grid Reference: SS3421703696