Mill Hill Chapel Unitarian, Leeds

Mill Hill Chapel Unitarian, Leeds

Erected at the end of the 17th century, Mill Hill Chapel is today's home to the Unitarian religious movement established in 1662, when two thousand clergymen were ejected from the church of England. Founder of Leeds Library and the Infirmary, Joseph Priestley was one of the most eminent of the church's ministers. The Gothic style interior of the church is decorated by wooden carvings, arches, stained glass and elaborate pillars.

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Sight Name: Mill Hill Chapel Unitarian
Sight Location: Leeds, England (See walking tours in Leeds)
Sight Type: Religious
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