Goodshaw Chapel
Goodshaw Chapel
A Baptist chapel dating from 1760, Goodshaw Chapel is the only Noncomformist place of worship in the care of English Heritage. It was expanded in the 19th century and reestored to its original condition in 1984. It is composed of two stories, and laid out on a ythree-bay plan.
Though the chapel looks quite plain on the outside, the interior is has lovely cream and brown box pews and first floor galleries. The thing that makes Goodshaw so striking is that the interiors have been almost completely unchanged since the early 19th century. The chapel still holds a festival service on the first Sunday in July.