Bromsgrove Methodist Church


Bromsgrove Methodist Church

A modern (1983) building in Stratford Road near the town centre. Replaced a Gothic Wesleyan chapel of 1883 in New Road. (Demolished in 1984.)

BG Meth Ext July 2014          BG Meth Int July 2014

                                                        Bromsgrove Methodist Church, July 2014.

Bromsgrove and Redditch Methodist Circuit.
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Family History Website.


Bromsgrove (Lickey End) Methodist Church.

Built in 1935 as the Methodist school room. Converted to become the church on the demolition of the original church.

Lickey End Methodist


Bromsgrove (Birmingham Road) Former Primitive Methodist Church.

Hephzibar Chapel, built in 1861, closed c1980. Now converted to housing.

Birmingham Road Former Methodist

References:  (Full details of these books are on the Bibliography Page.)
Brooks, Alan and Nikolaus Pevsner. Buildings of England:  Worcestershire,  (2007)
McGregor-Smith, Jennie. From Bromsgrove to Aston Fields (2008).

Aston Fields: Former Methodist Church. (Now Salvation Army)

Closed as a Methodist Church in 1984.

Aston Fields Meth July 2014

Aston Fields Salvation Army Citadel, July 2014.

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