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Fetter Lane Moravian Church

The Fetter Lane congregation with whom the Wesleys worshipped was re-established in the 1960s at this chapel. The original Fetter Lane Chapel was destroyed during the bombing of London in World War II.

The chapel also looks after a traditional Moravian burial ground, God's Acre, where notable Moravians, James Hutton, John Cennick and Peter Böhler, are buried.

Archives of the British Province of the Moravian Church are held at Moravian Church House, 5 Muswell Hill, London N10 3TJ. These include many items related to the Wesleys and their relationship with Count Zinzendorf and 18th century Moravians. Also see the original Fetter Lane chapel site.

Worship services
Sunday 11am, except 1st Sunday of month, Holy Communion at 3pm.


Moravian Close
381 Kings Road
London SW10 0LP

Access to grounds usually possible during daylight hours.

Revd Edwin Quildan
Tel: 07840 946102

Getting there [TQ267776]
Tube: Nearest tube stations are South Kensington and Fulham Broadway.
Bus: Routes 49 or 345 stop directly outside the church.

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