Zion Chapel, Chester
|Zion Chapel, Chester|
Zion Chapel in 2009
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|Location||Grosvenor Park Road, Chester, Cheshire|
|Heritage designation||Grade II|
|Designated||10 January 1972|
The chapel was built in 1879–80 to a design by John Douglas. It was originally a Baptist chapel. It is built in red brick with stone dressings and the roof is of red-brown clay tiles. It consists of an undercroft, a church and ancillary rooms. The west end faces the road and has corner turrets.
In 1980 a congregation called the Zion Tabernacle moved into the former chapel. In 2000 it styled itself Protestant Evangelical.
- Historic England, "Zion Chapel, Chester (1375836)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 12 April 2015
- Thacker, A. T.; Lewis, C. P., eds. (2005), "Churches and religious bodies: Protestant Nonconformity", A History of the County of Chester, Victoria County History, University of London & History of Parliament Trust, 5:2, pp. 165–180, retrieved 17 March 2011
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