Christ Church Congregational, Burnage
The church was originally the Burnage Independent or Congregational Church. Details of its foundation by the Watts family is given in a reprint of an address given by Miss E Watts Sidebottom in 1939 and is reprinted in Burnage Miscellany 5 published by Burnage Heritage. There is also a photo of the founder Jane Watts and the author of the address and a photo of the original chapel. Burnage Illustrated another reprint by the same author and published by Burnage Heritage has a photo of the second chapel which was burnt down before the present church.
In 1972 the Congregational church joined with the English Presbyterian church to become the United Reformed Church.
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