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Victoria Hall Methodist Church

The first Sheffield Methodist society founded by John Wesley in 1742. Members subscribed to build Norfolk Street Wesleyan Chapel, opened by Wesley in 1780.

The Methodist 'Forward Movement' reached out to poor working classes from the 1880s, and resulted in Sheffield in 1901 in establishing of the Wesleyan Mission. In 1908, the Victoria Hall was built on site of Norfolk St Chapel as the Mission HQ.

Additional visitor information
Nearby car parking

Worship services
Sun 10.45am - Traditional Methodist worship; 6pm - Bible study, worship and fellowship; 7pm - Oasis - Fresh expressions of church, food, fellowship and the Gospel. 

Midweek worship - Thurs 12.30pm


Victoria Hall Methodist Church
Sheffield Methodist Mission
Norfolk Street
Sheffield S1 2JB

Daily, with coffee served Mon-Sat 10am-12

Tel: 0114 272 1749

Getting there [SK355873]
In the heart of Sheffield and close to all main public transport networks.

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