Scotland
North-East England & Yorkshire

North-West England & Isle of Man
Central & Eastern England
Wales
London & South-East England
South-West England & Channel Islands

 

 

Esh Winning Chapel

Methodist meetings were first held in this area in the early 1870s after the sinking of a pit shaft at Esh New Winning in 1865. The present church was built in 1932 following the union of the local Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Societies.

It is a substantial building and was a remarkable achievement at a time of depression and considerable local hardship. A wide variety of groups have gathered and dissolved over the years; at one time the church even had its own tennis courts!

Worship services
Sunday 10am.

 


Acton Road
Esh Winning
County Durham DH7 9PL

Opening
Contact the minister

Contact
The minister
Email: revcolinjackson@hotmail.co.uk

Getting there
SATNAV: DH7 9PL / OS: NZ192416


View Methodist heritage sites in a larger map

 

Like us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

Did you find what you
were looking for?
Send us your feedback

   
Copyright and Disclaimer
Copyright 2013 Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes.
The Methodist Church Registered Charity no. 1132208