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Central Methodist Church, York

Built in 1840 as an imposing 'cathedral' for Methodism to commemorate the centenary of John Wesley's conversion in 1738. It was the home church of David Hill, missionary to China, who is commemorated on one of the many impressive memorial plaques.

The church has an excellent three manual pipe organ boasting nearly 2,500 pipes dating from 1841 and installed by John Brown, a local man.

Additional visitor information
Nearest car parks are Stonebow and Haymarket

Worship services
Sunday 10.30am and 6.30pm

Also nearby
The church is set within the walls of the historic city of York near to York Minster, The Jorvik Viking Centre and the Jorvik Dig.

St Saviourgate
York YO1 8NQ

For worship. Groups by appointment


Getting there [SE606519]
Close to The Shambles pedestrian shopping area in the centre of York.
Train: York Railway Station is about half a mile away.

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