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Whitefield's sometimes Whitfield's Tabernacle is a former Calvinistic Methodist and Congregational (now United Reformed) church in Kingswood, a town on the eastern edge of Bristol where George Whitefield preached in the open air to coal miners. The name refers to two buildings in which the congregation met. In 2003 the Tabernacle featured in the first series of BBC's Restoration programme. The Tabernacle is owned by the Whitfield Tabernacle Trust, who acquired the building in January 2019.

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  • Whitefield's sometimes Whitfield's Tabernacle is a former Calvinistic Methodist and Congregational (now United Reformed) church in Kingswood, a town on the eastern edge of Bristol where George Whitefield preached in the open air to coal miners. The name refers to two buildings in which the congregation met. The congregation originally met in the New Society Room which was built in 1741 for George Whitefield and John Cennick after a separation occurred between them and John Wesley. The former Society Room building was expanded to a large size in 1802, and is a Grade I listed building. It is now roofless and derelict after an arson attack. In 1851 a very large Gothic building, designed by Henry Masters, was constructed just west of the original tabernacle. Masters Church is Grade II listed. In 1983 this building was closed and the United Reformed Church congregation moved back into the original 18th-century building for a few years, before leaving both buildings to join together for worship with another congregation associated with the 18th-century revival, the Moravian Church, in the Moravian building on the other side of the High Street. In 2003 the Tabernacle featured in the first series of BBC's Restoration programme. As of 2007, there were plans for the redevelopment of the three listed buildings on the Tabernacle site, namely the two churches and the 18th century Chapel House. Besides various proposed memorial facilities, the plan included flats in the Chapel House and the 19th century building. The Tabernacle is owned by the Whitfield Tabernacle Trust, who acquired the building in January 2019. After years of disuse and dereliction following a fire in 2000, restoration work began on the tabernacle in 2021 with a view to turning it into a community arts centre following a £682,000 grant from Metro Mayor Dan Norris. (en)
  • 怀特腓会幕(Whitfield's Tabernacle)是一座原加尔文循道宗和公理会(现在联合归正教会)教堂,位于英格兰南格洛斯特郡小镇金斯伍德,靠近布里斯托尔的东部边缘,乔治·怀特腓曾在此露天向煤矿工人讲道。 会众最初的聚会地点新社交室(New Society Room),是乔治·怀特腓和约翰·森尼克与约翰·卫斯理分开后,于1741年所建。 它是由原来的社交室扩建而成,是一座登录建筑。它现在已没有屋顶,在一次纵火袭击后废弃。。 1851年,亨利·马斯特设计了一座非常大的哥特复兴建筑,就在老会幕西侧。在20世纪后期,这座建筑被关闭,联合归正教会堂会搬回原来的18世纪建筑。几年后,两座建筑都被放弃,而去与18世纪复兴相关的另一个堂会,高街另一边的摩拉维亚弟兄会联合。 2003年,怀特腓会幕出现在英国广播公司的电视系列片《》中。 截至2007年,已有计划重建会幕的三座登录建筑,即两座教堂和18世纪的Chapel House。计划除了各种拟建的纪念设施外,还包括Chapel House和19世纪建筑中的公寓。2011年2月,该遗址仍被废弃,只是清理了大型废弃墓地的野草。到2015年2月,该遗址仍然荒废,而墓地又再次野草丛生。 (zh)
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  • 怀特腓会幕(Whitfield's Tabernacle)是一座原加尔文循道宗和公理会(现在联合归正教会)教堂,位于英格兰南格洛斯特郡小镇金斯伍德,靠近布里斯托尔的东部边缘,乔治·怀特腓曾在此露天向煤矿工人讲道。 会众最初的聚会地点新社交室(New Society Room),是乔治·怀特腓和约翰·森尼克与约翰·卫斯理分开后,于1741年所建。 它是由原来的社交室扩建而成,是一座登录建筑。它现在已没有屋顶,在一次纵火袭击后废弃。。 1851年,亨利·马斯特设计了一座非常大的哥特复兴建筑,就在老会幕西侧。在20世纪后期,这座建筑被关闭,联合归正教会堂会搬回原来的18世纪建筑。几年后,两座建筑都被放弃,而去与18世纪复兴相关的另一个堂会,高街另一边的摩拉维亚弟兄会联合。 2003年,怀特腓会幕出现在英国广播公司的电视系列片《》中。 截至2007年,已有计划重建会幕的三座登录建筑,即两座教堂和18世纪的Chapel House。计划除了各种拟建的纪念设施外,还包括Chapel House和19世纪建筑中的公寓。2011年2月,该遗址仍被废弃,只是清理了大型废弃墓地的野草。到2015年2月,该遗址仍然荒废,而墓地又再次野草丛生。 (zh)
  • Whitefield's sometimes Whitfield's Tabernacle is a former Calvinistic Methodist and Congregational (now United Reformed) church in Kingswood, a town on the eastern edge of Bristol where George Whitefield preached in the open air to coal miners. The name refers to two buildings in which the congregation met. In 2003 the Tabernacle featured in the first series of BBC's Restoration programme. The Tabernacle is owned by the Whitfield Tabernacle Trust, who acquired the building in January 2019. (en)
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