Darby Hand Providence Chapel

Built in 1837 at a cost of £950 which included 2 dwelling houses.  After a fire in 1971, the chapel finally closed it's doors in August 1974.  Happily, on the 15th of September 1979 it was re-opened and re-dedicated on it's present site in the Museum.  At the request of the Museum, the friends formed a 'stewards' team to maintain the original dedication.  Over the past 43 years we've held 5 main services each year, these being Easter, Summer Festival, P.S.A, Harvest and our 'Christmas Carol's by Candlelight'.
Further information can be obtained from our booklet 'Alpha to Omega', obtainable from the Museum shop.
if you would like to be present at any of these chapel services, please see the 'Events' section for details.
Our chapel, due to it's size, has limited seating.  It is advisable to obtain tickets in advance.