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Search Aspect (Hall Lane Congregational Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Hall Lane Congregational Church, interior (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of Hall Lane Congregational Church showing the carved oak memorial pulpit and communion table and chairs. An inscription carved in the front panel of the pulpit reads 'To the Glory of God, and loving memory of our Father, Thomas Thornton (Armley) March, 1898, Treasurer and Trustee of this chapel.' The church was built by a splinter group of the Methodists called Methodist New Connexion and was originally designed to seat 275 people. It was constructed in the Gothic style with a tower and a spire. Hall Lane Congregational Church, now converted to residential units, is located at the junction of Hall Lane and Mitford Road.
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Hall Lane Congregational Church, interior view (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of Hall Lane Congregational Church, which dates from 1898 and stands at the junction of Hall Lane and Mitford Road. This view is looking towards the rear of the church and shows the balcony. In recent years the church has been converted to residential homes.
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Hall Lane Congregational Church, interior view (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of Hall Lane Congregational Church showing the 2 manual organ with pedals, gifted by Joseph Hepworth, Esq. J.P. of Headingley House, and a side pew. The church was built by a splinter group of Methodists, called the Methodist New Connexion, and opened in 1898. It stands at the junction of Hall Lane with Mitford Road and is now converted to houses.
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Hall Lane Congregational Church, junction of Hall Lane with Mitford Road (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image8th October 1938 This image appeared in the Yorkshire Evening Post on the above date and records the removal of the spire. The Church opened on 12th March 1898 and was built by the Methodist New Connexion. The Church still stands at the junction of Hall Lane with Mitford Road and is now converted to residential flats.
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Hall Lane Congregational Church, view of the organ (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the organ in Hall Lane Congregational Church which was gifted by Joseph Hepworth, Esq., J.P., of Headingley House. The church dates from 1898 and was built by the Methodist New Connexion, a splinter group of the methodists. It has recently been converted to residential homes and stands at the junction of Hall Lane with Mitford Road.
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