Wickford Methodist Church, Southend Road.

The Methodist Church (hall), in Southend Road was demolished as part of the town redevelopment, possibly in 1984?

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  • Thanks to Jo Cullen and Basildon Heritage who provided this picture of the Methodist Church

    By Geoff Whiter (05/09/2017)
  • Yes, I remember the Methodist Church.  My sister and I attended between 1949-1952 and were made to feel so welcome.  We also took part in a Sunday School show, my sister playing the piano and me reading poetry.  We also attended the scripture classes, the Band of Hope and the Girls’ Friendly Society.  I have very happy memories of being there, and especially remember Miss Bowley.  

    Maggie Carman 

    By Maggie Carman (13/08/2017)
  • I remember the Methodist Church. As a young boy I went to Sunday School there with my older sister Sheila. The Sunday School put on a show for parents, Christopher Robin, and guess who was Christopher – me. I had to kneel on the floor saying my prayers in a long nightie whilst the story was told. Can you imagine it? I can’t, but I remember kneeling there.

    By bobcroot (03/08/2017)

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