Wesley Hall is a Methodist Church on Sydenham Road in the London Borough of Lewisham (how to find us). The church has been in existence for over 100 years – we celebrated our Centenary in 2006. Our members are ethnically diverse and cover all ages, forming a very happy family – of which you are welcome to become a part!
The church is currently awaiting the appointment of a new Minister. Until then, the Circuit Superintendent, the Rev. Richard Grocott, can be contacted for enquiries about membership, weddings, baptisms, funerals, special services (such as home communions) and in cases of pastoral need and for prayer.
The day-to-day running of the life of the church is undertaken by the team of stewards, led by Senior Stewards Claudette Sinclair and Rosie Dad. For information on church facilities and any other administrative matters, contact the stewards.
The building itself has changed little in appearance since opening in 1906 (though it now has disabled access), but the activities inside are and have been as varied as the years it has been in existence. Take a look at What’s On.