David Worthington, our Director of Global Relationships, undertook a speaking engagement tour of Florida and Georgia last month (April) 2023 at which he spoke at various Methodist sites across the two states. His hosts described David’s presentation as ‘informative, inspirational and engaging’ and ‘one that should be heard by any
John Wesley’s New Room is excited to announce a partnership with young people, local artists and health providers. ‘Reach In and Reach Out’ (RIRO) is a co-produced project with those aged 16-24 who live in the Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol and North Somerset area. Building on the good
Due to the forecast of an extreme heat weather warning in the South-West, John Wesley’s New Room will be closed on Monday 18th July and Tuesday 19th July. We will keep you updated of any further developments, but hope to reopen on Wednesday 20th July. Stay safe and hydrated everyone!
We are delighted to announce that John Wesley’s New Room is now available for same-sex weddings! Following a decision by the Methodist Conference last year to give local churches the option to conduct same sex marriage ceremonies in Methodist buildings our Trustees have uninanimously voted in favour of taking this
John Wesley’s New Room, the site of Wesley’s notable sermon on the abolition of slavery, hosts the ‘Colston 4’ press conference after historic court decision. Watch the live press conference – click here On 5 January, John Wesley’s New Room was delighted to host the press conference following the momentous
Welcome to our new Fundraising Officer, Julia, who introduces herself below: “Having joined the team as Fundraising Officer a few weeks ago, what has struck me about John Wesley’s New Room? “ “Firstly, I can see I have joined a fantastically committed group of staff, volunteers and wider supporters who
Asbury 250: From Pill To Philadelphia This year marks the 250th anniversary of Francis Asbury’s historic Atlantic voyage from England to America in 1771. Asbury, who had been commissioned by John Wesley at the New Room in Bristol, journeyed to America to undertake a preaching ministry that led, in 1784,