SO7831 : The oldest Mormon Chapel in the world, Gadfield Elm

near to Pendock, Gloucestershire, Great Britain

The oldest Mormon Chapel in the world, Gadfield Elm
The oldest Mormon Chapel in the world, Gadfield Elm
Originally built by the United Brethren in 1836, served as a centre for the rapidly growing congregation of "Mormons" from 1840 until 1842. After they emigrated to America the chapel fell into ruin. The ruins were purchased by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the 1990s and totally restored.
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Friday, 15 April, 2005
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