Shrewsbury Ebenezer Methodist New Connexion chapel

Town Walls, Shrewsbury.

Shrewsbury Methodist New Connexion chapel

Town Walls chapel was built for the Methodist New Connexion in 1834.  In time it passed to the First Church of Christ Scientist and then became a library.  Its use in 2020 is not clear on Street View.

You can read about the history of the chapel and see a picture on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s Non-conformist chapels website here.

It is now a Grade II Listed Building. You can read the listing and see a picture here.

Grid Reference: SJ 48977 12241

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  • Sorry, but I didn’t note the source of the suggestion that the chapel at one time became a library. Maybe the school library was in that building?

    By Christopher HILL (22/08/2021)
  • As far as I am aware the former chapel has not been used as a library, but was taken over by the Shrewsbury High School for Girls sometime in the 1980s. Fortunately the impressive façade has not been altered.

    By Janice Cox (22/08/2021)

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