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Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church
Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church
Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church

The Lincoln architects Bellamy & Hardy designed this chapel for the Wesleyan Methodists. It opened in June 1880, replacing an older building on nearby Newport.

The Sunday schoolroom was built in 1898 and major remodelling work took place in 1966, 1977 and 1985.

October 2017

Chapels, Lincoln Bailgate Wesleyan Methodist Church
Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church
Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church
Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church

A pre-war view of the chapel before the garden (to the left) was converted into a car park.

undated photograph

Chapels, Lincoln Bailgate
Lincoln, Baptist Church, Croft Street
Lincoln, Baptist Church, Croft Street
Lincoln, Baptist Church, Croft Street

A modern successor to the Mint Street Baptist Chapel.

DB 20 June 2019 

Lincoln, Baptist Church
Lincoln, Baptist Chapel, Mint Street
Lincoln, Baptist Chapel, Mint Street
Lincoln, Baptist Chapel, Mint Street

The Italianate former Baptist Church at the southern end of Mint Street was built in 1870 by architects Drury and Mortimer.

It is currently in use an estate agents' office. There is a small enclosed graveyard to the rear.

Pearl Wheatley, 2016

Chapels, Mint Street Baptist Chapel, Drury and Mortimer
Lincoln, Burton Road Methodist Church
Lincoln, Burton Road Methodist Church
Lincoln, Burton Road Methodist Church

Methodists first met in Burton Road as a congregation in 1891. The current chapel, on the east side of Burton Road between Mount Street and Mill Row, was opened in December 1904.

A hall for youth work was added in 1963 and major refurbishments of the sanctuary took place in 1972 and 1984.

November 2017

Chapels, Lincoln Burton Road Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Cemetery Chapels, Canwick Road
Lincoln, Cemetery Chapels, Canwick Road
Lincoln, Cemetery Chapels, Canwick Road

"Pair of former chapels, now disused.

1856. By Michael Drury.

Gothic Revival style with pointed arched windows and Geometrical tracery"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1388477  

Old cemetery laid out by Henry Goddard.

Peter Kirk Collection, 9 September 1990

Lincoln, Cemetery Chapels, Canwick Road, Michael Drury, Henry Goddard
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church

The interior of the Central Methodist Church is largely original (1905), with elliptical arched boarded ceiling and panelled ribs, and patterned stained glass windows.

The panelled horseshoe-shaped gallery is supported by round cast-iron columns. The wooden pulpit, dais and rail date from 1968.

2012

Chapels, Lincoln Central Methodist
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
This stained glass window on the north side of the sanctuary at Central Methodist Church is part of the original 1905 construction.
Chapels, Lincoln Central Methodist
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Detail from a stained glass window on the east side of the sanctuary at Central Methodist Church.
Chapels, Lincoln Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church

The capital of a column supporting the gallery at Central Methodist Church.

2012

Chapels, Lincoln Central Methodist
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church

This church, with its adjoining Sunday school, theatre and meeting rooms, was built in 1905 by Howdill & Sons of Leeds in Baroque Revival style.

It is constructed in red brick with ashlar dressings, and slate roofs.

2012

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Chapels, Lincoln, Central Methodist Church, Howdill & Sons.
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)

"Methodist church and adjoining Sunday school, theatre and meeting rooms.

1905, by Howdill & Sons of Leeds.

Internal alterations 1968"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1388595

Formerly known as Portland Place Memorial and was a Primitive Methodist Chapel.

The Directory Of The City of Lincoln 1919 published by JW Ruddock & Sons states

"PORTLAND PLACE MEMORIAL Services, Sunday, 10.30 a.m. and 6p.m., Wednesday, 7 p.m. Ministet's, Rev. J. P. Langham, Superintendent, Standley House, 14 Tentercroft Street ; and Rev. B. W. J. Redhead, 6 Colegrave Street; Chapel-keeper, W. H. Talks, 4 Anchor-Street"

DB 2 February 2019 

 

Lincoln, Central Methodist, Chapel, Church, Portland Place, Primitive Methodist, Howdill & Sons
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)
Lincoln, Central Methodist Church (Portland Place Memorial)

A record of the original name on front of the building.

"THE PORTLAND PLACE MEMORIAL 1906" 

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-  

"Originally called Portland Place, after its predecessors, the foundation stone of the new chapel at 123 High Street was laid on the 24.5.1905 and the building opened on the 9.5.1906.

Renamed Central in 1962 when the Society was joined by that from Hannah Memorial.

Major alterations occurred, together with the installation of a new organ, in 1968 - funded by the sale of Hannah Memorial chapel.

The church is still in use with a membership of 113"

DB 4 February 2019 

Lincoln, Central Methodist, Chapel, Church, Portland Place, Primitive Methodist, Howdill & Sons
Lincoln, Christadelphian Hall
Lincoln, Christadelphian Hall
Lincoln, Christadelphian Hall

Now located on Princess Street.

The Directory Of The City of Lincoln 1919 published by JW Ruddock & Sons states 

"CHRISTADELPHIAN UPPER ROOM, EXCHANGE ARCADE:- Ministers, various ; Service, Sunday, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday evening at 8 p.m., meeting for advancement of Biblical knowledge (at Coffee Palace)"

DB 4 February 2019 

Lincoln Christadelphian Hall, Princess Street
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church

This brick church was built on the Ermine estate at the corner of Sudbrooke Drive and Carlton Grove in the 1950s.

November 2017

Chapels, Lincoln Ermine URC
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church
Lincoln, Ermine United Reform Church

This brick church was built on the Ermine estate at the corner of Sudbrooke Drive and Carlton Grove in the 1950s.

November 2017


Chapels, Lincoln Ermine URC
Lincoln, Free Methodist Chapel, Bracebridge
Lincoln, Free Methodist Chapel, Bracebridge
Lincoln, Free Methodist Chapel, Bracebridge

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A chapel was erected on the corner of Newark Road with Fairfax Street and opened on the 23.1.1870.

The last service was held on the 15.7.1951 when the Society merged with that at Lincoln Newark Road.

Much altered the chapel is still standing and is now in use as a shop"

DB 22 January 2019

Lincoln, Bracebridge, Free Methodist, Chapel
Lincoln, Gresham Street, Congregational Chapel
Lincoln, Gresham Street, Congregational Chapel
Lincoln, Gresham Street, Congregational Chapel

The former Congregational Church on Gresham Street was built in 1867 with the Sunday School added by 1905.

Later uses included a factory but by 2010 it housed a surgery, a dwelling and offices.

Pearl Wheatley, 2012

Chapels, Gresham Street, Congregational Church Chapel
Lincoln, Independent Chapel, Newland
Lincoln, Independent Chapel, Newland
Lincoln, Independent Chapel, Newland

The former Independent Chapel on Newland of 1840 is by James Fenton.

It was used as a British School in the 1870s and in 1876 Bellamy and Hardy built a Congregational chapel on the adjacent site.

Pearl Wheatley, 2016

Chapels, Lincoln Independent Chapel, James Fenton, Bellamy & Hardy
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A dual purpose school/chapel, standing well back from Monks Road in Walmer Road, was opened on the 24.6.1914.

The church, to a design by B. W. Blanchard, was eventually erected in Monks Road and in front of the old building.

The foundation stone was laid on the 21.10.1961 and the opening held on the 1.9.1962 - the old building continuing in use as a church hall.

The buildings are still in use with a membership of 70"

DB 26 February 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church

View of the sanctuary area.

DB 25 May 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church & Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church & Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church & Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

A second view of the Monks Road Church.

The 1914 Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, fronting on to Walmer Road, can be seen to the rear.

DB 26 February 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Font
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Font
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Font

Detail of font in the sanctuary area.

DB 25 May 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist, font
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Opening New Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Opening New Church
Lincoln, Monks Road, Methodist Church, Opening New Church

Order of service for the opening and dedication of the new church on 1st September 1962.

DB 25 May 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist
Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

East window of the original 1914 chapel which is now in use as a workshop.

DB 25 May 2019

Lincoln, Monks Road, Wesleyan Methodist
Lincoln, Moorland Park Methodist Church, Skellingthorpe Road
Lincoln, Moorland Park Methodist Church, Skellingthorpe Road
Lincoln, Moorland Park Methodist Church, Skellingthorpe Road

Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. 

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A wooden hut, previously the Officers' Mess at Waddington, was erected as a chapel and opened on the 30.11.1924 in Skellingthorpe Road.

The foundation stone of a new chapel, adjacent to the wooden one, was laid on the 28.6.1952 and the chapel opened on the 11.4.1953.

An extension was opened on the 11.9.1982.

The chapel is still in use with a membership of 84"

DB 31 July 2019

Lincoln, Moorland Park, Wesleyan, Methodist, Church, Chapel
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church
Lincoln, Our Lady of Lincoln R C Church

This Catholic church was built in the Ermine Estate on Caborne Avenue in 1963-64 by Reynolds and Scott*.

October 2010

* F M Reynolds and William Scott were ecclesiastical architects based in Manchester in the immediate post war years. They also designed St Peter and St Paul RC Church in Boultham, Lincoln

Chapels, Ermine Our Lady Catholic Church, Reynolds and Scott
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Croft Street
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Croft Street
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Croft Street

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"Cottage services were commenced in January 1899 and the foundation stone for a chapel was laid on the 1.6.1904, with the chapel opening occurring on the 30.11.1904.

The last service was held on the 14.4.1940 and the chapel, now 53 Croft Street, is currently for sale as commercial premises"

Building now in use by Tension Exit Games. 

DB 26 February 2019

Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Croft Street, Tension Exit Games
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Newark Road
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Newark Road
Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Newark Road

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Lincoln Circuits Past And Present" prepared by Colin Shepherdson (Revised October 2000) it is stated that :-

"A Sunday school was formed circa 1880 and met in a wooden hut.

The foundation stone of a school/chapel was laid on the 15.4.1882 and the building opened on the 9.7.1882.

The foundation stone of a separate chapel was laid on Easter Monday 1892 and the chapel opened on the 26.10.1892.

The last service was held on the 12.6.1966 and the premises sold to the Pentecostal Church who are still using it"

Now part of the Bridge Church who also run the Bridge Community Venue on the opposite side of the road. 

DB 28 January 2019

Lincoln, Primitive Methodist Chapel, Newark Road, Bridge Church
Lincoln, Rasen Lane Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Rasen Lane Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, Rasen Lane Methodist Chapel

This chapel was opened by the Primitive Methodists in 1863, replacing an earlier chapel built in 1850.

The last service was held in October 1957 and the site is now occupied by Rasen House.

undated photo

Chapels, Rasen Lane primitive methodists
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street

On the corner of High Street and Alfred Street. 

Foundation stones dated 1912.

Entries for the Salvation Army in the Directory Of The City of Lincoln 1919 published by JW Ruddock & Sons include

"SALVATION ARMY HIGH STREET Services. Sunday, 7 and 11 a.m., 3 and 6.30 p.m.; each weeknight at 7.30 p.m.; Young People's Hall, Alfred Street, Sunday School Services, 9·45 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, 6.30 p.m.; Adjt, W. Nicklin"

"Salvation Army Citadel, 106 Highstreet"

There was also a Salvation Army Barracks on Wilson Street.

DB 2 February 2019

Lincoln, Salvation Army, Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street

Rear view from Alfred Street.

Tower of St Peter at Gowts church visible beyond on the opposite side of High Street.

DB 4 February 2019

Lincoln, Salvation Army, Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, Salvation Army Citadel, High Street

Date stone recording that the citadel was opened on 13th July 1912.

DB 4 February 2019

Lincoln, Salvation Army, Citadel, High Street
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church

View of St Hugh's Rectory, on the corner of Broadgate and Monks Road, with the Church and Church Hall beyond.

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Foundation Stone
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Foundation Stone
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Foundation Stone

"The foundation stone (to the right of the side entrance) was laid by Bishop Edward Bagshawe on 17 November 1892 and the church opened on 19 December 1893 by Cardinal Herbert Vaughan.

The cost was £7,300. Albert Vicars was engaged and he modified his earlier design for a church in Silver Street to fit the new site.

A new porch was built in 1909"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/ 

DB 1 August 2019 

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church, foundation stone
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave

Looking towards the sanctuary and apsidal south end.

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave

Looking north towards the entrance.

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, Font
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, Font
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, Font

Octagonal Gothic font.

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, North Window
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, North Window
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Nave, North Window

Church is oriented north to south and this window is above the entrance and looks over Monks Road. 

"The west window was installed in 1921"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/ 

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Porch
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Porch
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Porch

A stainless steel plaque nearby also states :-

"THE INTERNAL RENOVATION AND RE-ORDERING OF THIS CHURCH WAS MARKED BY A MASS OF THANKSGIVING AT WHICH THE NEW ALTAR WAS DEDICATED BY MALCOLM McMAHON O.P. BISHOP OF NOTTINGHAM ON 6 NOVEMBER 2010. 

THE PROJECT WAS DESIGNED & ADMINISTERED BY JOHN HALTON DESIGN LTD. & CARRIED THROUGH BY R & SL NORTH BUILDERS LTD" 

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary

"The sanctuary has an elaborately carved reredos with  figures of St Hugh and  St Catherine of Siena, and either side of the tabernacle relief panels of St Hugh washing the feet of a poor man in a local hospital (left) and the death of St Hugh (right)"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/ 

A plaque at the church entrance states that a new altar was dedicated in 2010. 

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Ceiling
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Ceiling
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Ceiling

"The ceiling has been repainted with stars and rope patterns"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/ 

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Window
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Window
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Sanctuary, Window

Central light behind the altar.

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel

Side chapel dedicated to "St Joseph, with a statue of St Joseph flanked by relief panels Joseph leading Mary and Jesus in their flight into Egypt and the death of Joseph with Mary and Jesus at his side"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/ 

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel
Lincoln, St Hugh's Roman Catholic Church, Side Chapel

Side chapel dedicated to Our Lady "with a statue of the Virgin and child flanked by relief panels of the Annunciation and the Pieta"

http://taking-stock.org.uk/building/lincoln-st-hugh-of-lincoln/

DB 1 August 2019

Lincoln, Saint Hugh, Roman Catholic, Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church

St Katherine’s Heritage and Cultural Centre, which now occupies this building, is a multi-use access centre, offering the wider community a flexible, friendly community facility, providing a range of services and activities to all.

It features exhibits of local history and it operated by The Priory Trust.

September 2014

Chapels, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church

This chapel was opened in 1888. (The schoolroom behind had opened two years earlier.) The tower was added in 1908/09.

The last service at St Catherine’s was in August 1977. It is now a heritage and cultural centre.

September 2014

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Chapels, Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church, pulpit
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church, pulpit
Lincoln, St Catherine Methodist Church, pulpit

St Catherine's has retained this stone pulpit, typical in style and design for a Methodist church of its period.

Preaching from the pulpit was, after all, central to Methodist liturgy and practice.

September 2014

Chapels, St Catherine Methodist Church, pulpit
Lincoln, St Peter  & St Paul, Roman Catholic Church
Lincoln, St Peter  & St Paul, Roman Catholic Church
Lincoln, St Peter  & St Paul, Roman Catholic Church

"The Church was consecrated by Bishop Ellis on 12th September 1968.

It had cost £80,000.

The consecration was attended by Archbishop Igino Cardinale and was the first time that an apostolic delegate had visited the city since the Middle Ages"

http://www.sspp-church.org.uk/parish-history/ 

DB 23 April 2018

Church, Saints Peter & Paul, Roman Catholic, Bishop Ellis, Archbishop Igino Cardinale
Lincoln, Swallowbeck Methodist Church
Lincoln, Swallowbeck Methodist Church
Lincoln, Swallowbeck Methodist Church

A Methodist society opened a chapel, built of corrugated iron, on this site on Newark Road in 1903. The present building opened in 1953.

March 2018

Chapels, North Hykeham Swallowbeck Methodist Church
Lincoln, Thomas Cooper Memorial Baptist Church, High Street
Lincoln, Thomas Cooper Memorial Baptist Church, High Street
Lincoln, Thomas Cooper Memorial Baptist Church, High Street

Building dates from 1972 but the church has a long history in Lincoln.

https://www.tcmlincoln.co.uk/ourhistory.htm 

Previously based in St. Benedict's Square under what is now Marks & Spencer.

In the Directory of the City of Lincoln 1894 printed by Akrill, Ruddock & Keyworth the listing reads :-

"BAPTIST, St. Benedict's Square.-Minister, vacant; Services, Sunday, 10.30 a.m. and 6.0 p.m., Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Mr. Morley, chapel-keeper"

In the Directory of the City of Lincoln 1919 published by JW Ruddock & Sons the entry reads

"THOMAS COOPER MEMORIAL Services, Sunday, 10.30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Minister, Rev. C. H. Homer, 76 Hewson Road"

DB 4 February 2019

Lincoln, Thomas Cooper Memorial Baptist Church, High Street
Lincoln, Trinity United Reformed Church, Garmston Street
Lincoln, Trinity United Reformed Church, Garmston Street
Lincoln, Trinity United Reformed Church, Garmston Street

Formerly St. Andrew's With Newland URC.

"The Church building was dedicated in 1963 and is of a modern design and construction, it being the former Presbyterian Church of St Andrew’s in Lincoln prior to the formation of the United Reformed Church in 1972 when the congregation joined with the Congregational Church on Newland. In July 2013"

http://www.lincolnurc.co.uk/about-us/ 

DB 26 February 2019 

Lincoln, Trinity United Reformed Church, Saint Andrew's With Newland
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel

The Unitarian chapel was built in the early eighteenth century, altered in 1819, with late-nineteenth century additions.

It is built of brick, rendered, with stone dressings and hipped slate roof with a single stack.

This photograph, dated 1904, shows the west elevation before the porch was built.

Chapels, Lincoln Unitarian
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel

The interior of the Unitarian chapel has moulded band and cornice, and ceiling with renewed plaster bosses.

The painted decoration on north wall (seen in this photograph) dates from the nineteenth century.

Fittings include oak corner pulpit and communion table, and plain benches. There is a wooden First World War memorial board.

2012

Chapels, Lincoln Unitarian, painted decoration
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel
Lincoln, Unitarian Chapel

The Unitarian chapel was built on Lincoln's High Street in the early eighteenth century, altered in 1819, with late-nineteenth century additions.

It is built of brick, rendered, with stone dressings and hipped slate roof with a single stack.

The west front on High Street has a central stone porch with pediment and ball finials.

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Chapels, Lincoln, Unitarian Chapwl
Lincoln, Wesley Chapel, Clasketgate
Lincoln, Wesley Chapel, Clasketgate
Lincoln, Wesley Chapel, Clasketgate

The Wesleyan Chapel on Clasketgate was built in 1836 to cater for the growing popularity of Methodism in the City.

Designed by W A Nicholson in neo-classical style, and with a grand entrance portico, the chapel could seat 1400 people.

Affectionately known as ‘Big Wesley’, it was for many years the largest Wesleyan church in Lincoln.  It was closed in 1961 and demolished two years later.

Photograph from the book to mark the chapel's centenary, 1936.

Chapels, Lincoln, Big Wesley, Clasketgate
Lincoln, West Parade, Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, West Parade, Methodist Chapel
Lincoln, West Parade, Methodist Chapel

The Wesleyan Chapel at the corner of Gresham Street and West Parade was built about 1907. It was converted to dwellings in 2015.

Pearl Wheatley, 2012

Chapels, West Parade, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel