Exeter Cathedral is one of the great Cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere: inside you’ll find a building which has lived through war, political unreset, the Exeter Blitz and much more.
Plymouth Central Hall was converted in 1940 from the Ebenezer WM chapel of 1815 in Eastlake Street. It was the last such hall to be opened, its interior completely redesigned.
After the destruction of the Guildhall during the blitz, it served as a temporary Civic Centre.
Here at PMCH our passion is to see the lives of people, communities and the city of Plymouth transformed. To that end we offer a range of programmes and activities for all ages and we seek to be a welcoming community where everyone can thrive and grow. We are one church on two sites, with our congregation gathering for worship at PMCH and serving there and at our community outreach centre Plymouth Foodbank Hub