Event    From 24/5/1738  To 24/5/1738

Wesley's second conversion

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Wesley attended a meeting convened by James Hutton in Nettleton Court, off Aldersgate Street or at 28 Aldersgate Street. Here he felt a "warming of the heart".
Three memorials all erected in slightly different locations by different organisations. No comment.

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Wesley's second conversion

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Aldersgate Flame

{On the west face:} Wednesday May 24 1738 "What occurred .......law of sin an...

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John Wesley - Aldersgate Street

The probable site, where, on May 24, 1738 John Wesley "felt his heart strange...

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Wesleys at Postmans' Park

IHS This tablet is erected to the glory of God in commemoration of the evange...

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Raising the tower - Wandsworth All Saints

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Pete Broadbent

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1 memorial
Charles Wesley

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Collegiate Church of St Martin

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