Salem chapel

J. P. Pritchett (1789-1868)

Designed in 1839

At the top of St Saviourgate


This shows the Congregationalist Salem chapel when closed and up for sale (Inventory). Like chapels elsewhere, it had a classical, stone façade but was largely in brick; it was needed because the Lendal chapel was overcrowded. [Commentary continues below.]

  • J. P. Pritchett and the Congregationalists at Lendal Chapel
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