Boffin's was a well known, family owned confectionary and bakery firm.
"The Methodist Society in Oxford has lost in him and old and very estimable member."
Charles and Eileen Coulson believed in acting out their faith, within Wesley Memorial, the wider church and the world.
"..he had to encounter much persecution from his relations, in which, however her manifested the spirit and and conduct of the Christian."
Jessie was one of the first female local preachers to take services in the Oxford area.
Daniel Evans built the Wesleyan Chapel in New Inn Hall Street and his son in law built Wesley Memorial Church.
For twenty-seven years he was a respected member of the Oxford Methodist Society and "sustained the office of Chapel keeper"
An Oxford man who became a late nineteenth century Connexional evangelist
"He was ....zealous in the discharge of duties devolving upon him as the Secretary of an efficient Methodist Tract Society in this city"
John Pike was a leading member of the Wesleyan Chapel in New Inn Hall Street.
Salters Steamers are an Oxford institution, and the brothers John, James and George and their families were active members of Wesley Memorial
The builder of Wesley Memorial Church, Joshua took over his father-in-law's business and established the building firm Symm.
Recollections of life in a manse in Woodstock in the early 1950s.
"She was adorned with the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit."
"She held the profession of her faith without wavering."
James Woods was a much loved and respected member of Wesley Memorial during the last quarter of the 19th century
Can you help us name these members of the John Wesley Society photographed with Rev Reg Kissack?
Photograph with identifying names of laymen who preached in United Methodist Churches, 1908