Helpful Resources & Links
If you wish to view records we have in storage, please contact the church office at 215-925-7788 to make an appointment. Below is a list of links to sites and articles that have been helpful to researchers and visitors:
Seeking information about an ancestor who was a Methodist preacher? General Commission on Archives and History has a variety of resources online.
St. George's is proud to offer the African American Methodists in the Antebellum and Reconstruction Periods: A Timetable, 1760-1876, compiled by J. Gordon Melton, the Distinguished Professor of American Religious History at Baylor University, Waco, TX.
A list of Methodist Episcopal Churches in the City of Philadelphia in 1877 can assist you in identifying institutions. Source: Monthly Messenger, January 1877. See a map of those churches here. The map was prepared by Alex Fegely, one of our Temple University Cultural Fieldwork Initiative interns.
Catalog of our Library holdings. Please make an appointment to use the library.
Delaware Conference marks their 150th anniversary. See the video trailer that outlines the establishment of the Conference. A Work in Progress by John Coleman, Chris Foster, and David Brown.
Coming on a Tour Bus? Click here for parking instructions.
Interested in a walking tour of Methodist history in Old City, Philadelphia? Created by students of Dr. Benjamin Hartley