Brockmoor

 

Anglican: Brockmoor, St John



St John's stands in a large churchyard to the west of Brierley Hill centre. It was built in 1844/45 to the designs of Thomas Smith. The exterior is unusual, being of purple bricks, with yellow brick dressings, in a curious neo-Norman style. The spacious interior was much re-ordered in the 1990's to make it a versatile building for community use.
The church is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 10 and 12. 

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                                                                   St John's Church, September 2016

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References:
Bridges, Tim:  Churches of the Black Country, Logaston Press, 2008.

Websites:           British History Online:  Entry for Brockmoor
                            Grade II Listed Building:  Listing Details Here
                            Historic England Listing:  Please Click Here
                            Parish Website    (Brierley Hill Team)
                            A Church Near You

Anglican:  Hawbush, St Pauls.


A modern building used for services twice a month. For other details see A Church Near You.

hawbush ext aug 2016

A Church Near You

Bromley Methodist Church.


Also home to the Grace Community Church. Please see the church website.

bromley meth aug 2016

Bromley Mehodist Church Website
Vale of Stour Methodist Circuit

Other nearby churches are at:  Brierley Hill,  Kingswinford,  Pensnett , Wordsley,  Kingswinford Deanery

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