Following their split from the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion, a Wesleyan Reform society was established in Shrewsbury in 1850 and Shrewsbury Wesleyan Reform chapel opened in 1853. In time the society became part of the United Methodist Free Church and then the United Methodists – see the Methodist Family Tree here.
The chapel had closed by 1932 – when the main Methodist groupings joined together – and the building has been converted to residential use.
You can read more about the society and see a picture of the chapel on Janet Cox’s Shropshire’s Non-Conformist chapels website here.
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