Quorn Churches and Religion
It is difficult to overestimate the importance
of the church to the people of Quorn and the development of the village.
This section covers the three religious organisations in the village
- the Parish Church (St Bartholomew's), the non-conformist Baptist
Church and the Methodists. You will also find references to minor
or more obscure religious movements such as spiritualism and the Barrow
Documented here are not only the churches and their spiritual and administrative procedures, but plenty of references, cuttings and photos concerning church-related activities such as clubs, events, fetes etc.
A separate section details Quorn
Total: 267 artefacts returned over 27 pages
| Death of Mrs Farnham - Funeral Quorn|
Leicester Daily Mercury - Saturday 14th October 1911
The death is announced of Mrs E B ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Room Programme of Events 1938/39|
Quorn Church Room opened in 1929 and provided a much needed focal point for church and ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Rooms, 1979 golden jubilee programme|
In 1979 Quorn Church Rooms celebrated its golden jubilee, having served the village for ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Rooms, 1979 golden jubilee order of service|
In September 1979 the golden jubilee of Quorn Church Rooms was celebrated with a week of ...... cont.
| Church Room fundraising fete, June 1929|
In 1922 a committee was formed to raise funds for the building of a Church Room. Several ...... cont.
| A history of the Church Rooms written in 1979|
The history of the Church Rooms below was written by Jack Field in 1979, when the ...... cont.
| Baptist Chapel Organ|
A rare view inside the Baptist Chapel, showing the old organ pipes very clearly. The ...... cont.
| St Bartholomew's Parish Church, early 1900s|
This traditional view of St Bartholomew's Church dates from the very early 1900s, as ...... cont.
| Sale catalogue for Four Oaks, 6 Loughborough Road (the vicarage 1945 to 2010)|
The house that used to be called Four Oaks, ie 6 Loughborough Road, was built in the ...... cont.
| Churches, chapels and changing times in Quorn|
This article appeared in The Quorndon magazine in Winter 2016. Philip Thornborow, who is ...... cont.