Churches and Chapels of Stoke-on-Trent

Bethesda Town Mission - Hanley

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The church hall further down Jasper Street towards Lower Bethesda Street.
Bethesda Town Mission
Jasper Street, Hanley

photos - 2000

"HANLEY, JASPER STREET. In 1874 Bethesda Town Mission, presumably attached to Bethesda Chapel, was erected in Jasper Street. This was called the Worthington Town Mission by 1884 and by this date had evidently separated from the Methodist New Connexion"

a Plated Trowel exists in the possession of Raymond Wyatt (a descendant of the Worthingtons) with the following inscription on the trowel:

Presented to Mrs Thomas Worthington.......

"Presented to Mrs Thomas Worthington on the occasion of laying The Corner Stone of Bethesda Town Mission Hall, Hanley on May 11th 1874".

Memorial Stone
laid by
Mrs Thomas Worthington
Mollart House Hanley
May 11th 1874

| Bethesda Chapel, Hanley | Thomas Worthington | Jasper Street |



updated: 11 March 2003