Plaque

John Wesley statue - City Road

Erection date: 1926

Inscription

{below his feet:}
The world is my parish

{On the base of the granite plinth:}
Erected with funds collected by the children of Methodism

{On the stone below the granite plinth:}
Wesley

Site: John Wesley statue - City Road (1 memorial)

EC1, City Road, 47, Wesley Chapel

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
John Wesley statue - City Road

Subjects commemorated i

John Wesley

Founder of the Methodist denomination of the Protestant religion. Born Epwort...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
John Wesley statue - City Road

Created by i

John Adams-Acton

Sculptor.  Born John Adams in Acton and later added the (now) suburb's name t...

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