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Barnard Castle, Broadgates Wesleyan
Methodism in Barnard Castle dates to 1747 when a small group of men and women met each evening in a ...
Barnard Castle, Trinity Wesleyan chapel
The current Methodist church in Barnard Castle was opened on March 30, 1894, so the members are currently celebrating 125 ...
Cotherstone Wesleyan chapel
According to Steele, the first chapel in Cotherstone in the Barnard Castle was opened in 1777. Membership figures for the ...
This Wesleyan chapel was opened in 1903 and seated 746. It replaced an earlier chapel elsewhere on Old Elvet opened ...
High House Chapel
High House, between St. John’s Chapel and Ireshopeburn in Weardale is one of two chapels in County Durham claiming to ...
Middleton in Teesdale, Chapel Row Wesleyan
Middleton in Teesdale is a service centre for the dale, so the Methodist cause has fared better than in the ...
Newbiggin, in Teesdale, is one of two chapels in County Durham claiming to be the oldest Methodist chapel in continuous ...
Quebec, County Durham
revival in the 1870s among pitmen
St. John's Wesleyan Methodist Church, Blaydon, County Durham
The Methodists had a preaching house in Blaydon from the early nineteenth century, a Gateshead Wesleyan Methodist Circuit plan for ...
Winlaton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lichfield Lane, Winlaton, Co. Durham
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Wesleyan Churches Within the Bede Circuit