SearchCurrently displaying: 8 resultsYou've searched for:subject: "Congregational Chapel" x Search term Filter by Collection Janet Cockings Collection (6)THS Collection (1)Turvey Appraisal Committee Collection (1)Filter by Subject All Saints Church (1)Buildings (2)Celebrations (2)Clubs (3)Education (1)Features (1)Health (1)Inns & Pubs (1)Leisure (1)Methodist Chapel (1)Monuments (1)Occupations (1)Railways (1)Recreation (1)Religion (2)Roman Catholic (1)Societies (1)Transport (1)Turvey Abbey (1)Turvey News (1)Turvey People (3)Filter by Decade 1820s (1)1830s (1)1930s (3)1940s (1)1950s (1)1960s (1)1970s (1)1980s (1)1990s (1)Filter by Format Booklet (1)Document (4)Newspaper Cutting (1)Photograph (2) Sort by: RelevanceTitleOldestNewest THS/JNC/003/010Turvey Railway Employees Death Unknown newspaper. The cutting is of a notice heading “Turvey Railway Employee’s death. The article records the funeral of Mr Herbert Cockings of May Road aged 67 years on 6th August The article concludes with a list of mourners present at the funeral which was led by Rev. J H King pastor of the Congregational ... THS/THS/003Congregational Chapel Social Class Social Class of Occupations of fathers at Turvey Congregational Chapel recorded at Baptism 1829-1838* Linked to the article “What led to the establishment of the Congregational Chapel in Turvey?” THS/TAC/003/003Part 3: Turvey Today A description of the village in 1981, covering the Buildings, Stone Walls and Trees, people, places of worship,Education, Shops, Industries, Hostelries, Traffic and Transport, Health Services, Other Public Services, Street Lighting, Leisure, Recreation, and Social Activities. Clubs, Societies and Organisations mentioned include: The Mother and Toddler Group, The Pre-School Play Group, Friends of Turvey School Association, ... THS/JNC/002/031A Group of members of the Pleasant Wednesday Afternoon club in a Garden Five women, members of the Pleasant Wednesday Afternoon Club, sitting in a garden probably during an outing. The club met at the Congregational Chapel, Turvey High Street, on Wednesdays. THS/JNC/001/009Congregational Church membership certificate for Miss G. Northwood, 1930. A membership certificate for Turvey Congregational Church recording the joining of Miss G. Northwood, dated 6 April 1930 and signed by the Minister and Church Secretary. THS/JNC/001/010Congregational Church membership certificate for Mr A. Cockings, 1930 A membership certificate for Turvey Congregational Church recording the joining of Mr A. Cockings, dated 6 April 1930 and signed by the Minister and Church Secretary. THS/JNC/001/016Account of the Pleasant Wednesday Afternoons meetings from the Turvey News Book in 1980. An article written for the Turvey News Book in 1980 describing the history of the women’s Pleasant Wednesday Afternoons meetings held in the Congregational Chapel from 1934-1978. The article describes the format of the gatherings and includes reference to evacuees attending during the Second World War. THS/JNC/002/037Interior view of Congregational Chapel The photograph shows the upper floor of the chapel after conversion to a private house but the inscription ‘O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness’ is still visible.