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Christ Church, Macclesfield

(The Churches Conservation Trust)

Chapel-style Church of England church built in 1775 –6 for John Wesley's preaching and the evangelical ministry of the Revd David Simpson.

Ann Cutler (1759-94), a travelling Methodist evangelist known as 'Praying Nanny', is buried here. Ann was noted for her simple lifestyle and powerful prayer ministry.

Additional visitor information
Public toilets nearby.
Limited disabled access: stairs to gallery.


Bridge Street
Macclesfield
Cheshire SK11 6EG

Opening
1 Oct - 31 Mar, Mon 10am-3pm; 1 April-30 Sept, Mon, Tues & Friday 10am-3pm and every 2nd and 4th Sat 10am - 1pm.
Groups throughout the year, by arrangement.

Contact
Custodian
Tel: 07890 372234
Owned by The Churches Conservation Trust.
Tel: 020 7213 0660
Website: www.visitchurches.org.uk

Getting there SATNAV: SK11 6EG OS: SJ914736
Located in Macclesfield town centre, which is on A537 from Junction 19 of M6 or, from south, Junction 17 via Congleton.


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