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Psalter Lane Methodist Church and Adjoining Steps and Walls

A Grade II Listed Building in Nether Edge and Sharrow, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3657 / 53°21'56"N

Longitude: -1.4921 / 1°29'31"W

OS Eastings: 433896

OS Northings: 385548

OS Grid: SK338855

Mapcode National: GBR 9BR.L8

Mapcode Global: WHDDP.1NRM

Entry Name: Psalter Lane Methodist Church and Adjoining Steps and Walls

Listing Date: 9 April 1992

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1247115

English Heritage Legacy ID: 456266

Location: Sheffield, S11

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: Nether Edge and Sharrow

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: St Andrew, Psalter Lane

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text


SHEFFIELD

SK3385NE PSALTER LANE
784-1/36/605 (South East side)
09/04/92 Psalter Lane Methodist Church and
adjoining steps and walls

GV II

Methodist church and adjoining steps and flanking walls.
c1915. Random rubble with ashlar dressings and slate roofs
topped with an octagonal wooden bell turret with copper clad
octagonal spire. Perpendicular Revival style.
PLAN: nave, chancel, vestries, transepts, west towers, west
porch.
EXTERIOR: plinth, buttresses, string course, crenellated
parapets, coped gables. Windows are mainly pointed arch with
hoodmoulds. Single bay chancel has a single square headed
window on each side, and to east, a 5-light window. Adjoining
single storey vestries have single light and mullioned windows
to south. Larger vestry, to north, has two 3-light mullioned
windows to east and to north, a canted bay window flanked by
similar 3-light windows. Transepts have traceried 5-light
windows to north and south, flanked by buttresses.
Nave has on either side 3 traceried 3-light windows. West
gable has a wide 7-light window divided by buttresses. On
either side, an octagonal tower, 2 stages, with string courses
and plain coped parapet. Lower stages have, to west, a
lozenge-shaped window, and to north and south, a flat-headed
2-light window with a small round window above it. Upper
stages have 4 single light windows.
Canted single storey west porch has 2 chamfered segmental
pointed doors under a stepped flat gable flanked by buttresses
with pinnacles. Double board doors with traceried overlights.
Beyond, single light windows.
INTERIOR: moulded chancel arch with chamfered responds.
Chancel has panelled dado and wagon roof with exposed rafters.
East end has stained glass window. North side has door and
stained glass window. South side has moulded arch containing
traceried latticework organ case. Nave has arch braced wagon
roof with wall shafts and shield corbels. 3 bay arcades with
plain chamfered arches and octagonal piers. West end has
stained glass window and below, close-studded internal porch
with latticework crest. Central glazed double doors with
overlights, flanked by single 2-light windows.
Narrow aisles have crosswise arches and 3 stained glass
windows. At the west ends, half-glazed panelled doors.
Transepts have common rafter roofs and plain arches with
octagonal piers. 5-light stained glass windows. North transept
has segmental pointed door to east. South transept has similar
door flanked to left by a moulded arch containing organ pipes.
Top lit entrance lobby has segmental pointed half-glazed
doors, and at either end, a cloakroom with elaborate original
fittings.
FITTINGS include traceried octagonal ashlar font, traceried
octagonal oak pulpit with sounding board and curved stair, and
carved wooden lectern. Panelled oak stalls and benches. All
early C20.
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: outside, 2 flights of ashlar steps, the
lower flight with canted flanking walls carrying cast-iron
lamp standards.


Listing NGR: SK3389685548

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description


SHEFFIELD

SK3385NE PSALTER LANE
784-1/36/605 (South East side)
09/04/92 Psalter Lane Methodist Church and
adjoining steps and walls

GV II

Methodist church and adjoining steps and flanking walls.
c1915. Random rubble with ashlar dressings and slate roofs
topped with an octagonal wooden bell turret with copper clad
octagonal spire. Perpendicular Revival style.
PLAN: nave, chancel, vestries, transepts, west towers, west
porch.
EXTERIOR: plinth, buttresses, string course, crenellated
parapets, coped gables. Windows are mainly pointed arch with
hoodmoulds. Single bay chancel has a single square headed
window on each side, and to east, a 5-light window. Adjoining
single storey vestries have single light and mullioned windows
to south. Larger vestry, to north, has two 3-light mullioned
windows to east and to north, a canted bay window flanked by
similar 3-light windows. Transepts have traceried 5-light
windows to north and south, flanked by buttresses.
Nave has on either side 3 traceried 3-light windows. West
gable has a wide 7-light window divided by buttresses. On
either side, an octagonal tower, 2 stages, with string courses
and plain coped parapet. Lower stages have, to west, a
lozenge-shaped window, and to north and south, a flat-headed
2-light window with a small round window above it. Upper
stages have 4 single light windows.
Canted single storey west porch has 2 chamfered segmental
pointed doors under a stepped flat gable flanked by buttresses
with pinnacles. Double board doors with traceried overlights.
Beyond, single light windows.
INTERIOR: moulded chancel arch with chamfered responds.
Chancel has panelled dado and wagon roof with exposed rafters.
East end has stained glass window. North side has door and
stained glass window. South side has moulded arch containing
traceried latticework organ case. Nave has arch braced wagon
roof with wall shafts and shield corbels. 3 bay arcades with
plain chamfered arches and octagonal piers. West end has
stained glass window and below, close-studded internal porch
with latticework crest. Central glazed double doors with
overlights, flanked by single 2-light windows.
Narrow aisles have crosswise arches and 3 stained glass
windows. At the west ends, half-glazed panelled doors.
Transepts have common rafter roofs and plain arches with
octagonal piers. 5-light stained glass windows. North transept
has segmental pointed door to east. South transept has similar
door flanked to left by a moulded arch containing organ pipes.
Top lit entrance lobby has segmental pointed half-glazed
doors, and at either end, a cloakroom with elaborate original
fittings.
FITTINGS include traceried octagonal ashlar font, traceried
octagonal oak pulpit with sounding board and curved stair, and
carved wooden lectern. Panelled oak stalls and benches. All
early C20.
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: outside, 2 flights of ashlar steps, the
lower flight with canted flanking walls carrying cast-iron
lamp standards.


Listing NGR: SK3389685548

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