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Stourport Wesley Methodist Church

Built 1788 and extended 1812 and 1896. Building retains its character as a Georgian preaching house with box pews and gallery. Later additions include alabaster pulpit and screens, described as finest in West Midlands. Recently refurbished.

Additional visitor information
Parking limited at site, but plentiful car parks nearby.
Coach parking in town.

Worship services
Sunday 10.30am


Off High Street
Worcestershire DY13 8BP

Oasis Coffee Bar: Tuesday, Friday & Saturday 10am–12 noon

Minister Tel: 01299 826641

Getting there SATNAV: DY13 8BP OS: SO811713
Car: Stourport is close to M5 and M42, with good links to Worcester and Kidderminster. Access to church via Parkes Passage in town centre.
On foot: Footpaths from High Street of from York Street, via Parkes Passage.
Boat: Most picturesque approach via River Severn from Worcester or via Staffordshire and Worcester canal.
Train: Nearest railway stations Kidderminster or Hartlebury. Nearest Severn Valley steam railway stations Bewdley and Kidderminster.

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