Coronavirus updates

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Visiting Wesley during the Covid-19 pandemic

When will the centre be open?

Tuesday to Saturday 11.00 - 2.00 pm

Which activities will be taking place?

The Wesley Worship Area is now open for private  prayer, the Coffee Bar is open for light refreshments and the Fair Trade Shop is also open.  The Tuesday lunchtime concert series has recommenced - please look at the 'What's On/Music at Wesley' tab for details of performers and programmes and for the pre-booking arrangements

We are delighted to see our visitors return and have worked really hard to put in place a number of measures to minimise the risk of Covid-19.  Each day there are staff and welcomers in the centre to help you if you have any questions.   Please work with us to keep Wesley as safe as possible by:

  • Staying at home if you have any symptoms or don’t feel well
  • Bring a face covering* and be prepared to wear it upon entering the building, in the Worship Area and when moving around the building.
  • Practising good hygiene, wash your hands and use hand sanitiser frequently while in the building.
  • Observing our one way system and the 2 metre social distancing (at busy times we may need to restrict numbers).

We look forward to seeing you, our Sunday Worship continues online along with our Wednesday Community Night and Tiny Tunes via Zoom.  Please sign up to our Wesley mailing via the website or email us for updates.


*we recognise there are some exemptions to wearing face coverings

Here to welcome you!


Updated information from the Methodist Church regarding our response to the Coronavirus can be found via this link.

If you have any queries about procedures, events or worship at Wesley then please email us via the Wesley office

Please continue to follow NHS guidelines concerning the virus


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Wesley acknowledges with gratitude the financial support received from Cheshire West and Chester Council and The Westminster Foundation that is helping us to fund the reopening of the Church Centre in a Covid-secure way.