Our annual programme includes talks, tours, heritage services, lunchtime ‘soup and study’, special events, including Museums at Night and study days.
Sat11Aug201810.30-11.30 Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum
Jill Barber will reveal the unknown story of one of the first Primitive Methodist women itinerant preachers. Hannah sailed to America with the first missionaries in 1829, but as a married woman her husband got all the credit!
Mon27Aug20182:30 pmBook Emporium, Hassall Road Methodist Church, Alsager ST7 2HH
led by Revd Michael Parrott
Sat15Sep201810.30-11.30 Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum
On 12 January 1918, 156 men and boys died in the Minnie Pit disaster at Halmer End. The Primitive Methodist Chapel became a mortuary. It took 18 months for all the men and boys to be recovered. Jill Barber looks at why so many Miners were Methodists, and the impact of their faith on life and death.
Sun23Sep20182:30 pm Englesea Brook Chapel
Sat13Oct201810.30-11.30 Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum
A renowned Victorian artist, Titcomb was inspired to produce three paintings by a trip to St Ives in Cornwall, including 'Primitive Methodists at Prayer'. David Leese explores the story behind the painting.
Sun28Oct20182:30 pm Englesea Brook Chapel
led by Revd Pat Percival
Wed21Nov201812pm - 2pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Pat Percival. The first in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed28Nov201812pm - 2pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Jill Barber. The second in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed05Dec201812.00pm - 2.00pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Keith Davies. The third in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed12Dec201812.00pm - 2.00pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Helen Stubbs. The last in our series: Bread of Life: Bible Studies for Advent.
Sun16Dec20182:30 pm Englesea Brook Chapel
A service of readings and carols, followed by mince pies in the Cottage!
We would love to see you!