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SHEFFIELD: Sheffield-Wicker Chapel Congregational Church History up to 1868.

SHEFFIELD-WICKER CHAPEL. (CONGREGATIONAL.)

This congregation, an off-set from Queen Street, was formed of members who had for many years conducted a Sunday-school in the neighbourhood. The church was constituted 1853, and at first worshipped in the school-room. The first stone of the chapel was laid April 18, 1854, and it was opened for worship July 12, 1855.
  • 1864. Rev. J. BROWN PATON, M.A. (London Univ. and Springhill), became the pastor. Mr. Paton left to become President of the Congregational Institute, Nottingham, Oct., 1863.
  • March 24, 1864. Rev. H. TARRANT, from Derby. He left Sheffield August, 1867, and is now at Salem Chapel, Leeds.
  • The pulpit is vacant.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson © 2014
from the Appendix to
Congregationalism in Yorkshire
by James C. Miall, 1868.