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St. George's Methodist Church, Tang Hall

St. George's Methodist Church, Tang Hall
St George's Methodist Church is on the south-east corner of Millfield Lane and Lilac Avenue in Tang Hall. The church takes its name from the area of York in which it was founded in 1826 to serve a very poor and overcrowded population. In 1840 it lost many members to the Centenary Chapel in St Saviourgate, but it survived and in the 1890s moved to Hull Road. Once again, in 1937, the church moved, this time to Tang Hall, opening the present building on 20 January 1937. [The History Files]

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St. George's Methodist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6255051515

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