Minister Rev Sharon Read contact
Lay Pastoral Worker Paula Collins contact
Address Long Street, Middleton, Manchester M24 5UE
Church Office 0161 653 0512
About the Church
Some know our building as one of the foremost examples of an ‘Arts and Crafts’ building in the country. Our congregation know it as a place that houses a welcoming, worship community. Please come and join us …
Our Church service starts at 11 a.m. every Sunday. Our worship is traditional with bible readings a sermon or message and a number of hymns and/or worship songs. Everyone is welcomed to our services and we have activities in church during the service for children and young people. Services are followed by refreshments.
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A short note about our building
Long Street Methodist Church and Schools are a stunning Arts & Crafts masterpiece and part of Middleton’s Golden Cluster of architecture. These beautiful buildings are a blend of rustic arts and crafts and elegant art nouveau design and a real ‘must see’ for lovers of arts and crafts buildings.
Their designer, Edgar Wood, created some of the most exciting architecture of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. He pioneered art nouveau in the late 1880s, Arts & Crafts in the 1890s and art deco in the early 1900s.
Following the present restoration scheme the school buildings will be developed as the Edgar Wood Heritage Centre.
Key: AAW = All Age Worship; B = Baptism; HC = Holy Communion; LA = Local Arrangement; OA = Own Arrangement; P = Parade; US = United Service; WL = Worship Leaders
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