Methodist Chapel, Broseley Methodist Chapel, Broseley
The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Broseley was reputedly built c.1772, and was certainly in existence when John Wesley himself preached there in 1774. It apparantly moved at least once before 1811. The chapel in Duke Street was built in a classical style and had a pedimented porch and facade. In 1851 there were 60 worshippers at their morning service and 160 at their evening service plus 63 Sunday scholars in the morning.This chapel was demolished in 1964 as it was unsafe. The Methodists built this modern chapel in 1971 which is still in use in 2018.

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