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Peel Centenary Wesley Methodist Church

Atholl Street, Peel, IM5 1QU

Built in 1839 to combine the Wesleys and the Methodists. John Wesley himself, preached from the pulpit in this church, when he visited the Island. John Wesley was not only a preacher but an activist for the abolition of slavery. He preached extensively in Liverpool. The Church Hall, built in 1870 is now the Centenary Centre, a Community Centre and Theatre entirely run by volunteers.

Peel had several Methodist Churches.

Shore Road Methodist-Built 1777 which is now the Peel Hub Youth Centre.

Primitive Methodist Chapel-Built 1835 now a shop.

Peel Primitive Methodist Chapel-Built 1878 and now flats.

Regular Church Services including Sunday School and special Cooidjagh! services.
Peel Methodist hosts Bible Study, Fellowship Meetings and various Community Events during the year.

 

 

Opening Hours

Sunday Services: 10.30am and 6pm