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The Trinity Methodist Church, York

The Trinity Methodist Church, York
Trinity Methodist Church is on the northern side of Monksgate, opposite Agar Street. The Primitive Methodists found Ebenezer Chapel to be too small, and in 1885 purchased this present site in Monkgate. Opened as Monkgate Chapel in January 1903, it was built by F W Dixon of Manchester in red brick with stone facings. Also known as John Petty Memorial Chapel, it became the head of the York Circuit and later gained its present name, possibly after Methodist union. [The History Files]

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The Trinity Methodist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6071752423

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