Chesterton Methodist

Methodists have worshipped in Chesterton for over 200 years beginning with outdoor preaching in the mid to late 18th century, then ‘cottage meetings’ in the early 19th century. The first ‘Wesleyan’ chapel was opened in 1858 and is still standing on the High Street (now Chesterton Working Mens Club). The current site is the third Methodist site in the ‘village’, purchased in the 1930’s at the same time as the Hundred Houses Society began to build social housing just across the fields.

Chesterton Methodist

Green End Road


Yes, Chesterton Methodist is a member of CHCT.

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