Rodington Wesleyan Methodist chapel

Rodington Wesleyan Methodist chapel

Rodington Wesleyan Methodist chapel was originally built in 1834 and later extended. In 1902 the chapel was described as “recently restored”. It was located to the southwest of the main village on Hunkington Lane.

The chapel was de-registered as a place of worship on 4th May 1995. On Street View in 2009/11 it is shown to be in residential use.

You can read more about the chapel and see a picture on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s Non-Conformist Chapels website here.

Grid ref:  SJ 58262  14109

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  • SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, Friday 27 September 1901, page 8.
    WESLEYAN CHAPEL. This chapel was re-opened on Sunday, September 15th, after undergoing considerable repairs, when two splendid sermons were preached by Mr H. J Teago, of Wellington, to large congregations. On the following Friday there was a public tea, followed by a sacred concert kindly given by friends from Wellington and Shrewsbury. Mr Heath presided. The various performers were listened to with great delight, and many of the piecces were very heartily applauded. A vote of thanks was proposed by Mr C Teece to all who had helped to make the gathering the grand success it had proved, and the motion was seconded by Mr Rose. The singing of the Doxology brought a pleasant evening to a close.”

    By Janice Cox (04/12/2020)

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