Church History

    The Church Builders who laboured in the British Isles were supported by a wide range of support staff, including office administrators, architects, managers, building supervisors, and others
    The story of George Budd (1846-1924)
    On 11 March 1954, the Doncaster Chapel was finally completed, with the central heating having been fitted the month previously.
    In 1853 Robert was called to be the president of the Newcastle branch
    Brian Austin from Ashton-under-Lyne helped build Manchester Centre
    Welcome to the Church Builders website. On these pages, you will find information about each of the chapels built for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and those who constructed them.
    A very up-market bed and breakfast establishment in a prime city-centre location used to be the meeting place for the Saints in Edinburgh
    Stone mason, Welshman, first conductor of the Tabernacle Choir
    The death of Alfred (Fred) Horlacher on 17 March 1943 shocked many. The young Latter-day Saint was a successful sportsman with a bright future ahead of him.
    The construction of Merthyr Tydfil Chapel began with a ground-breaking ceremony performed by David O McKay on the 2nd March 1961.
    The 1920s was a difficult period of time for members who faced considerable hostility and prejudice
    Frank served as a church building missionary and worked on the Wythenshawe Chapel and Manchester Stake Center Chapel