original Methodist chapel on this site was built in 1810. Charles
Wesley's widow, Sarah, one of his two sons, also called Charles, and
his daughter, Sally, lived together nearby and were 'class members'.
Hinde Street Methodist Church is still a thriving Methodist church. The
chapel building is the second on the site, dating from 1887, and the
most impressive of the designs of Weslyan Methodist architect, James
The interior is very
attractive, in a traditionally Methodist style with a gallery around
three sides and a high pulpit, and contains many important memorial
tablets to early Methodists, such as Adam Clarke and Mark Guy Pearse.
linked adjacent building, 19 Thayer Street, was rebuilt in 1980 behind
the 19th century façade and now houses the West London Mission. Hugh
Price Hughes Lectures given annually.
10am traditional (1936 Order) Holy
Communion; 11am Morning Worship,
including Junior Church and Crèche, and
followed by lunch on most 4th Sundays of month;
6.30pm reflective Evening Worship (usually
for smaller group of younger congregation)
Plaque on the King's Head public house,
Wheatley (formerly Great Chesterfield) Street
commemorates the London house where Charles
Wesley lived and died.
Charles Wesley Memorial and Garden,
Marylebone High Street, London,
commemorates where Charles and members
of his family are buried.
London W1U 2JQ
During worship hours, otherwise by appointment
Getting there [TQ283814] Tube: Nearest tube station Bond Street; 5-minute walk across Oxford Street and up James Street. Car: NB within the Congestion Charge zone, which operates Monday–Friday 7am–6.00pm.