Abbeylands Chapel

Lanjaghan Road, Abbeylands, Kirk Michael, IM4 5ED

Abbeylands is a small chapel, built in 1813, mainly to serve the small hamlet and workers on the farm of the same name. It holds special services and concerts throughout the year including Harvest and Carol services.  

Agneash Methodist Church

Ramsey Road, Agneash , IM4 7NS

Opened in 1857, this small chapel, had a regular congregation of up to 200 parishioners, but over time, only three were left. Built to serve the mining community, this small Victorian Chapel has retained its boxed pews and harmonium. Two oil lamps, hang from the ceiling, and were converted in the 1940s, when Agneash finally […]

All Saint’s Church Hall

Alexander Drive, Douglas

The first All Saints was consecrated in 1898 and became known as the “Tin Tabernacle” due to its corrugated iron exterior. In 1967 this was replaced with the first, and last, Anglican church built on the Isle of Man for over 50 years. Designed by Claude Jennings Kneen in the Modernist Style and fashioned in […]

All Saints Church Lonan

CLOSED Built in 1834 and designed by John Taggart. The Church fell into disrepair and was closed in 2014. The Church contains Memorial plaques designed by Archibald Knox. The War Memorial lists all from the Parish, who fought in the War, not only the ones who died. In the churchyard, is a memorial to seven […]

Arbory Church of St Columba

Arbory Road , Castletown

The first known references to this site go back as far as 1153 and there has been a place of worship here since 1291. The original chapel lay in what is now the “Old” Churchyard. All that remains of it now, is thought to be the sun dial, near the south door and some relics […]

Baldrine Methodist Church

Main Road, Baldrine, IM4 6DF

Built in 1884, to replace a smaller chapel, which is now the Sunday School. This cream coloured building has vaulted windows of frosted glass. The older, 1844 chapel, was renovated in 1985 and reopened as the Parish Hall in 1989. Events held throughout the year include coffee mornings, a Mariners’ service, Harvest Supper, Oe’ill Voirrey […]