London District of the Methodist Church
Resource Centre for the Methodist Churches in the London District.
Methodist Children and Youth
The Connexion website for Children, Youth and Family workers, providing resources, training, networking and more
The Methodist Church in Briitain
Essential online resources of information and guidelines for the local Churches, members and the public in the wider world.
Methodist Central Hall Westminster
The Methodist Central Hall is a multi-purpose venue and tourist attraction in City of Westminster, London. It serves primarily as a Methodist church and a conference centre, but also as an art gallery and an office building.
Wesley's Chapel is a Methodist church in London that was built under the direction of John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement. Known as 'The Mother Church of World Methodism' -having been built by John Wesley, and acting as his London base.
MHA is one of the largest British charities providing care, accommodation and support services for older people throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
The Insurance company that protects the Methodist Church since 1872 making them the oldest denominational Church insurer in the UK. They provide a range of products, and guidance, to provide peace of mind for you and your community.
Epworth Old Rectory – Home of the Wesleys
An impressive Grade 1 listed Old Rectory built 1709, the home in which the Rector of St. Andrew, Samuel Wesley and wife Susanna brought up their sons, John and Charles Wesley (who went on to develop the Methodist Movement) with their 7 sisters and welder brother Samuel.
The New Room – Charles Wesley’s Home, Bristol
The last Bristol home (known as the Charles Wesley House & Heritage Centre) of Charles and Sarah Wesley and their three children before they moved to London in 1771.
Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum
The Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum tells the harrowing tale of the Martyrs arrest, trial and punishment, leading to the foundation of modern day trade unionism.