What impact could the growth of a small local church in the heart of the nail making district of Sidemoor, Bromsgrove hope to have? The Ebenezer Methodist Chapel was called to serve the nailmakers, “The White Slaves of England.” It became the focal point of the small community. The church provided education, social support and above all hope.
A chance discovery of a glass jar buried deep under the pulpit started the investigation. It contained architects original drawings, a leader’s personal Bible, and mortgage and conveyance deeds going back to 1833. More importantly, it revealed the amazing story of men of vision who served the community. “Nailed To The Cross is that story.
A detailed study and well referenced analysis of the social history and impact of the Ebenezer Methodist Church in Sidemoor, Bromsgrove. This book would interest students of the History of Religion and anyone interested in the history of Bromsgrove and Nail Making.