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monument Word or Phrase:NEW CONNEXION OF GENERAL BAPTISTS CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the New Connexion of General Baptists,an orthodox Baptist church which broke away from the General Baptists in 1770 when the latter became influenced by Unitarianism.

monument Word or Phrase:PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF WALES CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Welsh Presbyterians. Formerly known as Calvinistic Methodists, the Presbyterian Church of Wales separated from the established Church in 1811.

monument Word or Phrase:COUNTESS OF HUNTINGDONS CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for followers of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, a Calvinistic Methodist sect founded in the 1740s by Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon.

monument Word or Phrase:METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for followers of the Methodist New Connexion, a movement founded in 1791 when Alexander Kilham led the first group to split from the Methodists.

monument Word or Phrase:SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the Seventh Day Adventists Church. This was formed in 1843 by followers believing in the imminent second coming of Christ.

monument Word or Phrase:CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Calvinistic Methodists, Welsh Methodists who split from the established church in 1811.

monument Word or Phrase:INDEPENDENT METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Primitive Methodists, a group founded in Manchester who broke away from the Methodists in 1806.

monument Word or Phrase:SCOTTISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the Church of Scotland which has been Presbyterian since 1690. It is the national Church of Scotland and is free and endowed.

monument Word or Phrase:UNITED METHODIST FREE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the United Methodist Free Church. Formed in 1857 by the amalgamation of the Methodist Reform Church and the Wesleyan Association they later became part of the United Methodist Church in 1907.

monument Word or Phrase:WESLEYAN REFORM UNION CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for followers of the Wesleyan Reform Union, a movement formed in 1859 by those members of the Methodist Reform Church who did not join the Wesleyan Association.

monument Word or Phrase:PROTESTANT METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Protestant Methodists, a group who broke away from the Methodists to form their church in Leeds in 1828.

monument Word or Phrase:WESLEYAN ASSOCIATION CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for followers of the Wesleyan Association. This group split from the Methodists in 1836 and were separate until joining the Methodist Reform Church in 1857.

monument Word or Phrase:PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Primitive Methodists, a group who were formed in Staffordshire and influenced by American evangelical ideas and who left the Methodists in 1811.

monument Word or Phrase:PARTICULAR BAPTIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Particular Baptists, a Calvinistic Baptist denomination who believe in predestination.

monument Word or Phrase:WESLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Wesleyan Methodists. This was the original Methodist church from which the other denominations seceded. In 1932 they joined the United Methodists and the Primitive Methodists to form the Methodist church.

monument Word or Phrase:METHODIST REFORM CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the Methodist Reform Church. This group was the result of a secession from the Methodists in 1849. They remained until joining with the Wesleyan Association in 1857.

monument Word or Phrase:UNITED METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the United Methodists Church, a group formed in 1907 by the amalgamation of the United Methodist Free Church, the Methodist New Connection and the Bible Christians.

monument Word or Phrase:BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Bible Christians, a group who split from the Wesleyan Methodists to form their own church in the South West of England. They were amalgamated into the United Methodist church in 1907.

monument Word or Phrase:CHRISTADELPHIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Christadelphians, a fundamentalist sect founded in America in the late 1840s who rejected the trinity and awaited the second coming of Christ.

monument Word or Phrase:GENERAL BAPTIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for General Baptists, a movement established by John Smyth in 1603 and which grew out of the original Baptist church. They believed in free will and are often referred to simply as Baptists.

monument Word or Phrase:CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of the Congregational Church. These Churches, the first of which was founded in 1616 in Southwark, practised self government. Most of them were merged to form the United Reformed Church in 1972.

monument Word or Phrase:ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel where Roman Catholics worship.

monument Word or Phrase:STRICT BAPTIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Strict Baptists, a sect who broke away from the Particular Baptists and kept up the practice of denying communion to non members after the union of General and Particular Baptists was formed in 1891.

monument Word or Phrase:NONCONFORMIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of Protestant sects dissenting from the established Church.

monument Word or Phrase:SWEDENBORGIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for followers of Emmanuel Swedenborg who believed he was the medium through which the New Jerusalem would be founded on earth. The church was formed in 1787.

monument Word or Phrase:PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Presbyterians, a movement who started off attempting to reform Anglicanism before breaking away in 1660. Sometimes referred to as moderate puritans, they joined with the Congregationalists to form the United Reformed church in 1972.

monument Word or Phrase:SANDEMANIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Sandemanians, a movement founded by John Glass after his expulsion from the Church of Scotland in 1728. It was spread to England by his son-in-law, Robert Sandeman.

monument Word or Phrase:COLLEGIATE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel attached to or founded by a college.

monument Word or Phrase:DEPENDENT CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for the sect known as 'Cokelers', formed circa 1850 by John Sirgood. Most aspects of Dependent belief are fairly orthodox within the Arminian traditions of Protestant dissent. Chapels can be found in Sussex, Surrey, London and Kent.

monument Word or Phrase:INGHAMITE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel for followers of Benjamin Ingham after he left the Moravians prior to joining the Sandamanians.

monument Word or Phrase:METHODIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Methodists, a movement founded by John Wesley. Following his death in 1791 there were many secessions.

monument Word or Phrase:UNITARIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Unitarians, a movement which does not believe in the Trinity but only in the Unity of Christ. Christ was to them just an exalted human teacher.

monument Word or Phrase:CAUSEWAY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel built on, or at the end of, a causeway.

monument Word or Phrase:CEMETERY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship within the grounds of a cemetery.

monument Word or Phrase:DOMESTIC CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel for a private residence.

monument Word or Phrase:MANORIAL CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel situated within the demesnes of a manor. Can be a separate building or an integral part of a manor house.

monument Word or Phrase:MILITARY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for military personnel.

monument Word or Phrase:MORAVIAN CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Protestant followers of Hussite doctrines which accept the Bible as the only source of faith.

monument Word or Phrase:MORTUARY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship at the site of a mortuary.

monument Word or Phrase:BAPTIST CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for Baptists. The first Baptist church was formed by Thomas Helws in 1611 and gave rise to the General Baptist Movement.

monument Word or Phrase:CHANTRY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel attached to, or inside, a church, endowed for the celebration of Masses for the soul of the founder.

monument Word or Phrase:CHAPEL OF EASE *  
Definition:A church built within the bounds of a parish for the attendance of those who cannot reach the parish church conveniently.

monument Word or Phrase:FUNERAL CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel within a parish church containing an altar and one or more tombs.

monument Word or Phrase:PRIVATE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A small private chapel in a church or house, either attached or in a separate building.

monument Word or Phrase:WAYSIDE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel for the use of travellers and pilgrims.

monument Word or Phrase:BRIDGE CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel built into the structure of a bridge.

monument Word or Phrase:GUILD CHAPEL *  
Definition:A place of worship for members of a guild.

monument Word or Phrase:LORDS CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel within a parish church or other religious building for use by the lord of the manor and his family

monument Word or Phrase:ROYAL CHAPEL *  
Definition:A private chapel for a royal court.

monument Word or Phrase:LADY CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel dedicated to our Blessed Lady, often placed to the east of the High Altar, sometimes in other positions.

monument Word or Phrase:WELL CHAPEL *  
Definition:A chapel adjacent to, associated with or containing a well.

monument Word or Phrase:CHAPEL *  
Definition:A freestanding building, or a room or recess serving as a place of Christian worship in a church or other building. Use more specific type where known.

* Copyright of English Heritage (1999)

English Heritage National Monuments Record

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