Upper Chapel | Sheffield

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Now a Grade II listed building, Upper Chapel (originally called New Chapel) was erected in  1700 as a place of worship.  As a Unitarian Meeting Place no compulsory doctrine or creed is required for members or ministers. Click the above link to visit their website.


One Comment

  1. Some great images there. Let’s hope this building manages to fend off those who would seek to ‘repurpose it’ for years to come. I still shudder at what happened to that amazing Listed Georgian chapel on Carver Street, which the Council merrily allowed to be turned into a (insert cuss word of choice here) … a theme pub!

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