Church History

The Beginnings of Methodism in Whitchurch The earliest Wesleyan Methodist congregation began to meet around the middle of the 18th Century. Initially, small groups […]

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St. John’s Stained Glass Windows

  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]     Click here for information about St. John’s stained glass windows.

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The Church Organ

Some History 25 October 1877 Foundation stone of the Church laid. 24 April 1879 Church opened. 1880 – Fully pneumatic organ built by Brindley […]

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Architectural/Listing Details

St. John’s is a Grade 2 Listed building. Below is the description of the church on www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk. WHITCHURCH URBAN C.P. SAINT JOHN’S STREET SJ […]

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Ash First World War Dead

Click here to read about the men of Ash Methodist Chapel who died in the First World War. Ash is a village about two […]

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Castle Hill First World War Dead

Click here to read information about the men listed on Castle Hill’s First World War Plaque. Castle Hill Chapel is no longer a Methodist […]

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St. John’s First World War Dead

Click here for information on the men named on St. John’s First World War plaque.

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St. John’s Second World War Dead

Click here for information on the men named on St. John’s Second World War Plaque.

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