View of the interior of the Calvinist Tabernacl of 1864 on Sea View Terrace

With many, many thanks to Dai and Helen Williams for getting in touch and lending me this superb photograph of the interior of the Calvinist Methodist Tabernacl on Sea View Terrace, built in 1864 to replace their earlier chapel in Chapel Square.  I have updated my earlier post about the chapel with this photograph, but for those who have already read it, it seemed a good idea to post the photograph separately as well.  It shows not only the organ and the pews, as well as some of the decorative features, but also, to the left, the gallery.  It quite clearly had a magnificent interior, now converted to apartments.

Calvinistic Methodist Tabernacl, 1864

2 thoughts on “View of the interior of the Calvinist Tabernacl of 1864 on Sea View Terrace

  1. WGB

    Lovely picture. What a wonderful collection Dai and Hellen have.
    The more I read about Calvinism, the doctrine of grace, the elect, original sin and the like, the more incredulous I become.We can be grateful that the eminently sensible Pelagius was actually Morgan, a Welshman. W.G.B

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