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Notting Hill Group Ministry

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Notting Hill Group Ministry

The Guardian obituary for Rev. Norwyn Denny gives "The Methodist minister the Rev Norwyn Denny, who has died aged 85, was a pioneer of the modern urban mission in Britain. His work in Notting Hill, west London, in the 1960s and 70s helped to lay the foundations for the wider church's often-controversial involvement in Britain's inner cities. Spurred on by the socialist cleric Donald Soper, the Methodist church sent Denny and two other ministers, David Mason and Geoffrey Ainger, to work in Notting Hill, and thus create Methodism's first "team" ministry."

Rev Bruce Kenrick was a member of the team.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Notting Hill Group Ministry

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housing in Notting Hill

{Inscribed in the edging stones of the tree pit for a Cherry tree:} Here in t...

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German Lutheran church in London

German Lutheran church in London

The history of the German Lutheran Church in London began in earnest  with many craftsmen from Hamburg coming here after the Great Fire of 1666 to help in the rebuilding. They were granted the site...

Group, Religion

2 memorials
Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief

Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief

Now known as the World Jewish Fund.  Established in 1933 as the Central British Fund, the charity rescued over 100,000 Jewish people from Germany before WWII and was also largely responsible for or...

Group, Religion, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Rev. T. D. C. Morse

Rev. T. D. C. Morse

Vicar at Christ Church, Newgate Street in 1882. Wikisource gives: Thomas Daniel Cox Morse. Church of England clergyman and educationist; Rector of Drayton, Nuneaton; Vicar of Christ Church in Lond...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
William Greenwood

William Greenwood

Lay brother at London Charterhouse. Taken to Newgate Prison, chained and left to starve to death.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
Holy Trinity Priory

Holy Trinity Priory

Demolished by Henry VIII as part of the dissolution of the monasteries. Our picture shows the ruins as they were in 1826. c.1485 the priory built Bromley Hall, a manor house near the River Lea, st...

Building, Religion

1 memorial