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Sunday 24th May – 3pm

Virtual Heritage service led by our Research Director, Rev Dr Tim Macquiban on the theme: ‘Catching the coat-tails’. If you would like to join us, email our Project Director Ruth Hilton and she will send you a Zoom invitation. All are welcome. Email: engleseabrookproject@outlook.com


Introducing our Virtual programme!

Like many museums and churches, we are keen to connect with friends and visitors using the virtual means available to us. We are delighted to announce that, using Zoom, we are planning to deliver our planned programme of events over the coming weeks and months, starting this Saturday 2nd May […]


Welcome to the President!

Englesea Brook was delighted to welcome Revd Michaela Youngson, President of the Methodist Conference, who visited us on 2 June. Baptised in a Continuing Primitive Methodist Church in Hull, this was her first visit to Englesea Brook. She was delighted to see the new Museum Store, and here are some […]


Outside the Box: Opening of New Museum Store

We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Museum Store on 6 April. Designed as an Open Store, visitors now have access to over 5,000 items in the museum collection, previously stored offsite. Guided tours are available during opening hours, or for groups, including schools by appointment. Come […]


Online book auction

Calling all collectors and lovers of old and unusual books!! As many of you know, Alsager Book Emporium which stocks thousands of second-hand books, is a major source of funding for the chapel and museum. Starting this week is an online auction of unusual and rare books, including historical Methodist […]


Join us on Saturday for our Study Day

David Young’s book Change and Decay, has sparked a debate about the role of A S Peake and others in taking the PM movement forward (or backward?) into the 20th century.  In our Study Day, we have invited David Young, and two Methodist theologians, Martin Wellings from Oxford, and Simon […]