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The ex-Elim Pentecostal Church building, York

The ex-Elim Pentecostal Church building, York
York Central Mission Hall is on the south-west corner of Swinegate and Back Swinegate. The Central Mission used New Street Methodist Chapel in 1908-1910 before moving here. They merged with Monk Bar Chapel in 1919 and this building may have been sold. A band of revivalists led by the founder of the Elim Four Square Gospel Alliance arrived in York in 1934 and acquired the Central Mission, renaming it the Elim Tabernacle. It closed by 2008, becoming a bar and grill. [The History Files]

This church congregation moved out in 2008 but is still going strong and meets at Archbishop Holgate's School, York every Sunday. They still own the building and it is leased to the tenants as a bar and grill [The Elim Church, York]

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The ex-Elim Pentecostal Church building is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6034151962

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