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St Mary de Crypt Church, Southgate Street, Gloucester, UK - The evangelist George Whitefield, one of the founders of Methodism, preached his first sermon here in 1736

St Mary de Crypt Church, Gloucester, UK

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St Mary de Crypt Church, Southgate Street, Gloucester, UK - The evangelist George Whitefield, one of the founders of Methodism, preached his first sermon here in 1736
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