Thursday, 30 September 2010

Ulverston Methodist Church, Ulverston

Ulverston Methodist Church
Neville Street

The Methodist church can be found at the junction of Neville Street and Hartley Street. It would appear that the Methodists had a presence in Ulverston by the end of the 18th century, meeting in Nancy Moister's cottage. Eventually the congregation grew so much that a large room in a building on Neville Street was purchased, leading eventually to the building of a small chapel. As the congregation continued to grow, this building was finally erected, and opened in 1901.

Above. Looking at the East side of the church.

Above. A view of the church from Neville Street.

Above. A view of the church from further up Neville Street.

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