Knutsford Methodist Church, Princess Street, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6BY

Knutsford Methodist Church is more than 152 years old and has a beautiful Rose window at the front of the worship area.

The founder of Methodism, Rev. John Wesley, preached in Knutsford on the 20th March 1738 from the steps of a house near the Royal George Hotel on King Street. These were moved and re-positioned outside the Church, so you can stand (or even speak!) from the very same steps.

Visitors will also be able to see a small exhibition about Gertrude Butler, a remarkable Knutsfordian who served as a nurse in the First World War. Her contribution is recorded on the war memorial and this display describes the work she would have done.

Opening Times

Saturday 8 September: 1000-1400

Booking Details

No booking required

Access

A disabled car parking space is available in the rear car park. A lift is available if visitors would like to view the whole building.

Additional Information

Disabled car parking space is available in the rear car park. A lift is available if visitors would like to view the whole building.
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