Stoke Ferry United Methodist Free Church, Norfolk

Photo: D Secker

Reformers, who seceded from the village Wesleyan chapel, built their own on Furlong Road in 1860 under the auspices of the United Methodist Free Churches (United Methodist Church from 1907).

It was known as the Ebenezer – the name is still on a stone plaque on the front elevation, above which is the datestone.

Downham Market Circuits: United Methodist Free, and United Methodist after 1907.

Members re-united with the Wesleyans in Stoke Ferry a few years after Methodist union (1932).

Closing circa 1938, the building was later used as a motor workshop for many years until converted into a dwelling.

Sources include
Free Methodist Manual 1899

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