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Central HallMethodist Central Hall Westminster was erected to mark the centenary of John Wesley's death and opened in 1912. This large domed building serves both as a Methodist Church and a Conference Centre in the heart of Westminster.
Many important events and meetings have been held here including the first session of the General Assembly of the United Nations which took place here in 1946.
The Great Hall, can seat 2,350 people, and has a magnificent 4,731 pipe organ. The a long tradition music making is continued not only in the Church Services but also with free public organ recitals, these are usually held at 4.15 pm on the first Sunday during the summer months.
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