Methodist Chapel

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Lingen, Herefordshire - History - Methodist Chapel
... The chapel opened on 26 June 1877 and remains open to this day. ...
South Moor
... This used to be the Trinity Methodist chapel and the Central Methodist chapel stood next to the Woodlands Tavern ... middle of Park Road stands Southmoor Methodist chapel colloquially known as " The tin Chapel" ...
St Agnes, Cornwall - Religion - Methodist
... There are several Methodist churches in St Agnes the former Wesleyan Methodist church, the former United Methodist chapel and a former Primitive Methodist chapel ... Mithian previously had a Wesleyan Methodist chapel ... Mawla, Mount Hawke, Skinner's Bottom and Porthtowan all also had Wesleyan chapels ...
Bretton, Flintshire - Methodist Chapel
... The current Methodist chapel was built in 1859, although evidence suggests that Methodist worship was present in the village before this ... to the House of Lords stating that the Members of the Methodist Congregation assembled at Bretton, in the County of Flint, whose Names are thereunto subscribed praying their Lordships "to adopt ... porch, but on the list inside the chapel entrance- Private Arthur THOMAS Royal Welch Fusiliers died 10th Dec 1917, buried Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension, France ...
Sand Lake, New York - History
... Justus Gregory was a Methodist ministier, Daniel M ... The Methodist Episcopal church at Sand Lake has been established many years, but just when the first society was formed is not known, as the early records are indefinite on ... Clark's chapel, erected in 1834, was originally connected as a charge with the Nassau Methodist Episcopal church, later with the Glass House church and finally with Sand Lake ...

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    I went to the Garden of Love,
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    A Chapel was built in the midst,
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    And ‘Thou shalt not’ writ over the door;
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