The Church at Methodist Central Hall Westminster is a culturally diverse fellowship.

Our mission is to be a vital Christian presence in the heart of London.

We offer hope and a welcome to all peoples by sharing God’s love and forgiveness.

We seek to make the love of Jesus known to our community and the world through our worship, preaching, prayer, healing, fellowship, service, evangelism and openness to the Holy Spirit.




Popped in for a quick look, came out well educated. Thank you Graham.

Lovely guide. Warm reception. Thank you.

Amazing history! Thanks for the wonderful tour.

Most grateful for a splendid informal conducted tour.

What a wonderful place of blessing for the world.

Just cycled 180 miles along the Wesleyan Way to get here!!!

Beautiful gathering place for God's people and all who would enter.

Thank you for your kindness to us all today.

O for a thousand tongues to sing ...


The architeture of the building is very impressive and Mr. Ratcliffe was absolutely wonderful. (A Romanian)

Wonderful, restful but imposing (A Londoner)

FDiolach am fawr and Duw Cariad Yew! (A Visitor from Wales)

I live around the corner and have always admired this magnificent bulding. I really enjoyed the rour and the most wonderful lady guide.

It was a very beautiful experience to see your church. Thank you very much. (Italian Visitors)

Methodists visiting Methodists. (Two visitors from Huron, South Dakota USA)

God is faithful! (A visitor from Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Fist class Host. What a pleasure. Our host gave us a tour second to none. What a bulding! Many thanks.

Thanks to my gracious host, Peter - A Methodist treasure. Blessings upon all who pray here. (A bishop from NZ)

Thanks for your lovely toilets and beautiful church. (A couple from Malaysia)

Appreciate the visit and talk, bumped into the church be accident and am very grateful about it. God Bless. (A visitor from Pretoria, South Africa)

Gorgeous interior. I'm amazed, very good experience. (A visitor from Japan)

Excellent service and it was lovely to hear the true meaning of Christmas. (A visitor from the Channel Islands)

What a beautiful place. How could I have lived so long and never seen it before! I will come again. (An Essex lady)

Marvellous building. Perfect "Acceuil". Five star reception. (A visitor from Belgium)

An oasis of calm and spiritual thought amidst the turmoil of London. (A visitor from Canada)

This place is full of God's glory. (A visitor from Brazil)

What a fab place! Thank you Diolchyn Fawr. (Visitors from Pontypool)

Disfrute much la visita y la vista. Gracias. (A lady from Columbia)

Such lovely people! You really feel God's presence in this place. (A visitor from Romania)

Such serenity in th emidst of busyness. (A South African)

Wonderful place. (An ordination group from the United Methodist Church, USA)

Story of the Martyrs (i.w Abbey statues) reached my heart. (A lady from Pennsylvania, USA)

Tres jolis salle de spectacle! (A visitor from France)

One word comments: Amazing / Beautiful / Brilliant / Congratulations / Exellent / Fantastic / Fascinating / Great / Impressive / Lovely / Magic / Stunning / Super / Terrific / Uplifting / Wonderful / WOW

and one solitary: O.K.!

We receuved visitors from; Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Columbia, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysiam, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal,, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Apain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, USA,  And all sorts of places in the United Kingdom.



God is here’   (A Salvation Army member from Manchester)

God does not dwell in buildings made by human hands - but I was very blessed in this place. (Translation from Portuguese visitor)

A special place ( A lady from Canterbury)

Es majestuoso y muy bonito   A visitor form (Barcelona)   

Tres interessant ( A visitor from France living in London

An oasis of peace in a troubled world- ‘The Lord is coming back  soon’  (No address given)

Place of  peace  (Polish visitor)       Place of peace and  tranquility  (A Dutch visitor)      


  • Sunday 30 November 2014 | 11.00
    Sunday 11am

    Revd Martin Turner
    'Advent - A time for giving'
    Matthew 6:2-4; 2 Corinthians 9:6-7

  • Sunday 30 November 2014 | 15.30
    Saying Goodbye Service

    'Saying Goodbye' services are organised by The Mariposa Trust for anyone who has lost a baby at any stage of pregnancy, at birth or in infancy, and whether recently or 80 years ago.  These services are held throughout the UK and one is coming to London very soon.    

    Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, is privileged to host the regional 'Saying Goodbye’ service for London on Sunday 30th November 2014 at 3.30pm and The Revd's Martin Turner and Tony Miles will be leading the service.  

    All are welcome regardless of faith, or no faith, for an opportunity to remember and acknowledge lives unlived or cut short.

    More information can be found at

  • Sunday 30 November 2014 | 18.30
    Sunday 6.30pm

    Reflective Holy Communion
    Revd Tony Miles
    'Watching, Waiting and Wondering'
    Isaiah 64:1-9; Mark 13:24-37

Contact Us

The Church Office, The Methodist Church, Methodist Central Hall
Westminster, London SW1H 9NH
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