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Event During November 2014
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Friday, 07 November at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd David Weeks

Friday, 07 November at 1:20 PM
Lunchtime Concert; Philip Carter - organ & Mike Culshaw - tenor

Friday, 14 November at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd Andrew Sails

Friday, 21 November at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd Dilwyn Edwards

Friday, 21 November at 1:20 PM
Lunchtime Concert; Phil Burnett - organ

Friday, 28 November at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd Hilary Cooke

Event During December 2014
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Friday, 05 December at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd Gordon James

Friday, 12 December at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd Mandy Briggs

Wednesday, 17 December at 1:00 PM
Candlelight Carol Service

Wednesday, 17 December at 6:00 PM
Candlelight Carol Service

Friday, 19 December at 1:00 PM
Holy Communion Service led by Revd David Weeks

Wednesday, 24 December at 10:00 AM
The New Room CLOSES at 1pm today

Thursday, 25 December at 10:00 AM
The New Room is CLOSED today

Friday, 26 December at 10:00 AM
The New Room is CLOSED today

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Welcome

The New Room is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm all year round. Entry is free although donations are welcome.

We look forward to welcoming you to the New Room; over 25,000 visitors come every year from all over the world! As well as the chapel, there are Preacher’s rooms upstairs which accommodate our museum. There is also our shop which stocks a range of items relating to John & Charles Wesley and the New Room.
 
Telephone: 0117 9264740
 

Oldest Methodist building in the world takes first step towards new future

New Room/HLF press release - July 2013

 
Step back in time
 
The New Room in Bristol is the oldest Methodist Chapel in the world (originally built in 1739) and the cradle of the early Methodist movement.
It was built and used by John Wesley and the early Methodists as a meeting and preaching place and the centre for helping and educating the needy members of the community.

The chapel itself is on the ground floor (where there is also a shop) and is accessible from either the Broadmead or Horsefair courtyards. Upstairs, are the Preachers’ Rooms where the MLA accredited museum is located. This contains a unique collection of papers and artifacts and tells the story of John and Charles Wesley and their life and work in Bristol. 

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General information

There is a short service of Holy Communion in the chapel at 1pm on Fridays throughout the year to which all are welcome. There is also a prayer book in the chapel for visitors to write in during the week.

There is also a regular series of lunchtime concerts during the course of the year; held on Fridays at 1.20pm, immediately after the service. Please check for details of upcoming concerts by visiting the ’Events’ section of this website.  

Over the years, the New Room has hosted numerous events to mark significant anniversaries and occasions in the respective lives of John and Charles Wesley, the Methodist Church and the city of Bristol.  
 
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