Wisbech Trinity Methodist Church, Cambridgeshire

Photo: D Secker

The chapels of three strands of Methodism were to be found in Wisbech at the turn of the twentieth century. By the 1960s, the United Methodist had been demolished, but the large chapels of the former Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist remained open.

Plans to replace them with a modern building came to fruition in 1969 on the opening of the Trinity Methodist Church and Community Centre. This was built on the site of the old Primitive in Church Terrace (the ex-Wesleyan is still there in The Crescent).

Function rooms are at ground floor level, and a light and spacious sanctuary is on the first floor.

Presently, the church is one of seven in “The Fens” Methodist circuit.

Sources include
Methodist Statistics for Mission 2022

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