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Wesley Methodist Governor's Harbour
Outside the Methodist Church at night
Outside the Methodist church at night
Inside the Methodist Church

This church was built in 1883, but there is a monument inside the church on the wall which dates back to 1863. The basement of the church is cut into the rock and is used for church functions.

Hours Open to Visitation

Divine worship is Sundays at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Other times, call in advance so someone can be at the church to give you a tour.

Accessibility Notes

Persons using a wheelchair or with mobility impairments will need assistance getting into the building.

For More Information, Contact:

Dec. Roderick Pinder

Cupid's Cay, General Delivery, Governor's Harbour, CE
(242) 808-3131
Related Places:
Queen's Highway, Governor's Harbour
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Latitude: 25.196202000
Longitude: -76.240670000
Elevation: 111 FT (34 M)
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