Wesleyan Methodist Church


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the original Methodist Church

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Here are the people who |helped to run North Ormesby's King's Road Wesleyan Methodist Church in the years before the Great War, above.
Pauline Basterfield, preacher at the nearby Marshside Road Methodist church, said: 'It's an old Wesleyan Methodist Church and the money is for their steeple which is listed so there is no choice but to get it repaired.
The computer training consultant, who quit his job to care for his children, worships every Sunday at the Prescot Wesleyan Methodist Church in Merseyside where he married Kathy in May 1992.
Examples include Huddersfield Railway Station and the former Wesleyan Methodist Church that became the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
There are some lovely examples in a souvenir of the Grand Bazaar held at High West street Wesleyan Methodist Church, Gateshead on March 19-21, 1907.
Many of the most important people of the area in Charles' younger days belonged to the Wesleyan Methodist Church. "The first Labour mayor of Thornaby was named Fox and he went to the Wesleyans."
FROM ABOVE Gateshead FC's old Redheugh Park ground in 1966, taken by Steve Wood; below, left, Wesleyan Methodist Church, on Bensham Road
They were members of Union Wesleyan Methodist Church in the 1870's/1880's.
The Research Group believes that one of the surviving plaques comes from Kew Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church - particularly poignant as the church was demolished in 1970 to make away for the M62.
: Young men from North Ormesby who gathered every week to learn more about the Bible are shown here outside their church, the King's Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, in the 1930s.
LANDMARKS:Whinney House, Durham Road, Low Fell, in 1912;below left, the Mechanics Institute on West Street,1850;right the Palace Cinema, Sunderland Road in 1960; TEMPLE:The Wesleyan Methodist Church on Bensham Road has a Grecian feel to it; GLORIOUS:The United Free Methodist Church at the corner of Belle Vue; FINE:Church of the Venerable Bede in 1920
It is possible that Honley Wesleyan CC was linked to Ebenezer Wesleyan Methodist Church, Honley, later called High Street Methodist Church.
We turn left into Raisdale Road and within yards turn right along the lane past the Wesleyan Methodist Church.
FURTHER to John Davies' letter in Viewpoints (October 3), Roath Road Wesleyan Methodist Church was designed by Habershon and Fawchkner and opened on May 24, 1871.
She was a devout Christian and would often do volunteer work with Shotley Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Church.