Wesleyan Methodist Church
Just outside of the City boundary, this church was built in 1843. The schools followed in a similar style to the south. Closed before 1978, congregation united with Zion (United Free) in Two Mile Hill, and used for a time as a dance studio. Derelict 1998, and in a deteriorating condition May 2004. Major fire later 2004 has left a burnt-out shell, and suggests its future could be limited.
Above quote taken from ChurchCrawler (Bristol Cathedrals, Churches and Chapels) Methodist chapels/churches page.
Although there were Methodist ministers, John Wesley encouraged people who had full-time jobs to become lay preachers. This gave working people valuable experience of speaking in public. Later, some of these went on to become leaders of trade unions and reform groups.
I found the above information rather interesting, it's taken from this link below which is a short but informative history of the Wesleyan Methodists.
Photograph below is of the church (on the right) and the side of the school.
Visit report to follow.