VISIT | Examine the Roots of Methodism with John Wesley at Devauden | Monmouthshire
Visit the site of John Wesley's sermon on this village green
A site of religious and social significance in Monmouthshire
Imagine yourself on this village green over 250 years ago, crowds of people flocking to see this Methodist preacher of such renown John Wesley
Pop in and see this very pretty Welsh village near Chepstow
"...this local remembrance of a man of methodism and a time before now..."
Some might argue about the relevance of a statue to John Wesley here on the green at Devauden, Monmouthshire. But it is a great spot to browse, and the village of Devauden is rightly quite proud of the role that the village played in the development of Methodism.
The impact of John Wesley's preaching was hugely significant in the setting up of a Methodist chapel in the area. But more so in inspiring hundreds of people as they listened to his sermons on the Wesleyan principles which he so believed in.
Directions and Map |
Head out on the A466 from Chepstow to Devauden and find the green in the middle of the village