Westwood Moravian Church

Westwood Moravian Church was founded in 1865 in the Westwood area of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England. By 1868 the church building was too small for its congregation, and a new structure was opened in 1869. This church was used for Moravian services until 2005 when the congregation sold it and moved to its new premises in Royton. The Westwood building still stands.

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... The use of the site immediately following the departure of the Moravians is unknown ... The Church building is currently in use by Firwood Church, a free evangelical church ...

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