By February 1841 there were 46 converts in London and the London Conference (Mission) was organized with young Lorenzo Snow as President. From this small beginning in London, Preston and other areas of Great Britain by 1850 there were 34,000 members of the Church compared to 12,000 in America.
|Statue of reformer, John Wesley, in front of the Wesley Chapel, on Old Street. The Bunhill Fields Burial Ground is across the street.|
|Inside the Wesley Chapel|
|Walkway around the side of the chapel|
|John Wesley's grave is behind the Wesley Chapel|
|Inscription on the Wesley grave marker|
|Dilapidated building next to the Wesley Chapel which was recently purchased by the LDS Church to be the site of a future meeting house|