The Chapel Now

The Chapel Interior .  

The chairs can be removed or rearranged to provide extra space for weddings, funerals, or to enable the chapel to be used for teas etc. The "furniture" (pulpit, lectern Communion table etc) on the dais is all moveable to allow drama, music groups etc to be part of the churches worship.

The chapel set out for serving teas

Dais with movable piano, pulpit lectern and communion table

Traidcraft (Fair Trade stall)

Quiet corner

Organ from Balcony

Dais area from balcony

The chapel exterior

The first photograph shows the chapel from New Mills road looking towards New Mills. The second is in the opposite direction and also shows the newly surfaced car park. The third photograph shows the new extension containing porch and toilet.

The Windows

The stained glass windows are unusual for a non-conformist chapel. Ours are a 1950's bequest from the Potter trust.

St Paul All who heard him were astonished Pentecost

Light of the world

Blessed are the merciful

Sermon on the mount