About Wesley

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Wesley is a place of welcome: somewhere in the heart of Chester for everyone to be, to belong and to believe. The centre offers a unique mix of quiet space, a warm welcome and a range of activities for people of any age or ability. Wesley also hosts a Fairtrade shop, twice weekly foodbank sessions and a range of other community activities.

Wesley has a long history as part of the worldwide family of Methodist churches and is registered as an Inclusive Church.

We are blessed with very spacious and fully accessible premises which are also available for community hire. Much of the centre was refurbished and extended in 2010. We are now fundraising and planning for our ambitious new Regenerate! project aims to completely refurbish the 200 year old worship area for flexible community use.

 

 

Getting here:

  • By car: use the Google map 'directions' link above.  The route to Wesley Church Centre through Chester is a one way system.  It's important that you enter the postcode CH1 2HQ for Chester Town Hall FIRST if you are using a SATNAV (there is a barrier which limits access between 10.30 am and 4.30 pm, if you need access to Wesley within these hours please contact the Church Office on 01244 323037) then keep left following the road (Werburgh Street) around Chester Cathedral, turn left at the bottom (into Eastgate Street) and drive underneath Chester City's famous clock bridge.  Then turn right into St. John Street and you will find Wesley Church centre (CH1 1DA) near the bottom on the right hand side.

  • By bus: visit Cheshire West and Chester Council website for useful information (includes Park & Ride)

  • By train: visit National Rail for information on getting to and from Chester railway station.

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