The Central Methodist Church, York
|York Central Methodist Church is on the northern side of Saint Saviourgate, midway between Colliergate and Hungate. It was opened in 1840 as the Centenary Chapel after New Street Chapel was found to be too small. Hit by fire in 1863 and 1864, it was rebuilt. Nearby, Exclusive Plymouth Brethren met from about 1861 to 1937 in Salem Chapel School, St Saviourgate, reached through Webster's Passage between Nos 19 and 21 on the west side of the street. [The History Files]|
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The Central Methodist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6054051888
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