West Street Chapel

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Coordinates: 51°30′47″N 0°7′42″W / 51.51306°N 0.12833°W / 51.51306; -0.12833

The West Street Chapel is a Methodist chapel at 26 West Street, WC2. It was John Wesley’s first Methodist chapel in London’s West End. It is no longer used as a church but has a commemorative plaque and its pulpit (used by John and Charles Wesley between 1741 and 1793) is now in the nearby St Giles in the Fields.

It is a quarter of a mile from the National Portrait Gallery.