A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church

Oldham & Saddleworth Circuit

A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
Union Street Methodist Church
Union Street Methodist Church
A Short History of South Chadderton Methodist Church
Manchester Street
Manchester Street
Loom House
Loom House
Washbrook
Washbrook
Cowhill
Cowhill

The present church in the Oldham and Saddleworth Circuit, part of the Manchester and Stockport District, came into existence in January 1966 with the amalgamation of 4 churches, (Cowhill, Eaves Lane, Washbrook and Turf Lane) with members from Edward Street joining following the closure of their church in 1967.

The amalgamation came about primarily because of ageing and declining congregations, lack of finance and poor maintenance of the buildings.

In September 1951 Rev Roy Dew, was appointed to the then Oldham West Circuit, to wo

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