Oakengates Ebenezer chapel dates from 1855. Its building was a direct result of splits in the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion over who made the decisions and you can read some of the story on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s non-conformist chapels website here.
Like many other Wesleyan Reform societies, the Oakengates congregation later joined the United Methodist Free Church, which was established in 1857.
In 1891 the chapel was altered and renovated and around 1920 it was rebuilt. It closed in 1963.
Street View shows a bungalow on the site.
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