Cobbs Hill Methodist Church is part of the African Diaspora Heritage Trail, which is designated part of the UNESCO Slave Route Project. Construction began on the church in 1825 by free men, women and slaves. They toiled in their spare time, mostly in the moonlight, cutting stone from nearby quarries and carrying it on their backs, shoulders, and heads to build their church. The building was completed in 1827 and the bell in the tower was added soon after.
Sunday service is at 9.30 am. To make an appointment to view the church, contact 441 236 8586.