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.



Welcome to Methodist Central Hall

We are thrilled that here, at the heart of London, we are seeing God at work.

Whether you are: looking for a church, on holiday, on a business visit or seeking faith. We would be pleased to meet you and help you.

God bless you. Martin Turner (Senior Minister and Team Leader)

Young Adults

Young Adults


The Sanctuary is a Deep Church for Young Adults gathering in Central London with an emphasis on asking deep questions about life and faith in the presence of God!

And of course having as much fun together as possible!



Come and hear the word of God

Join us for worship



Discover the history of the Hall

Discover the history of the hall and examine the historic rolls

The Great Hall Organ

The Great Hall Organ

Great Hall Organ

Originally built in 1912, The Great Hall Organ contains 4,731

Consists of 66 stops spread over 4 manuals and pedals, and rising 32 feet in height it is a majestic instrument with an impressive history.

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There's 'something for everyone' at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster! Welcome to our church web site. If you are a new visitor you may like to start your exploring here ...

Our 2014 Motto:
May you overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit
(Romans 15:13)

Listen to our advert

  • 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 | 18.30
    Sunday 6.30pm

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

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