Scalloway, Meadowfield Place, Wesleyan Chapel

By GW Oxley

Scalloway Methodist Chapel was built in 1861. It had 126 sittings in 1873. These had been reduced to 149 by 1940 when there was one other room. It continues to be used as a Methodist place of worship

Sources

Wesleyan seating returns, 1873

Methodist statistical returns, 1940

John Gifford, The Buildings of Scotland, Highlands and Islands, p 506

Site visit 24 May 2017

 

Photo:Scalloway Methodist Chapel, 24 May 2017, side view (a)

Scalloway Methodist Chapel, 24 May 2017, side view (a)

G W Oxley

Photo:Scalloway Methodist Chapel, 24 May 2017, side view

Scalloway Methodist Chapel, 24 May 2017, side view

G W Oxley

This page was added by GW Oxley on 30/05/2017.
Comments about this page

Was interested to see the picture of Scalloway Methodist Church. I was the probationary minister there 1960-63. It brought back some good memories.

Rev. Desmond Parker Gorham Maine USA

By Desmond Parker
On 04/07/2017

Thank you for that comment, it is always encouraging to know that someone out there is looking at my contributions.

By GW Oxley
On 12/07/2017

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