Jackson Bridge Mount Tabor Wesleyan Reform Church

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Later known as Mount Tabor United Methodist Free Church.

Established by Wesleyan Reformers who seceded from Jackson Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Church, c1850 - 1851, the congregation used a schoolroom in Scholes for worship, this was probably the Sunday School at Slater Lane. Later a schoolroom in Jackson Bridge was used and a chapel built at the corner of Park Side and Scholes Road in 1862. It closed in 1966 -1967 and the congregation amalgamated with Scholes Methodist Church.