The current Wesley United Methodist Church is the third church for the Wesley congregation, the first Methodist congregation organized west of the Mississippi River.
The Wesley United Methodist Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
The tower was originally 137 feet tall, but was replaced with a shorter one after a 1949 windstorm.
From 1928 until 1986, the church was accompanied by the Wesley Temple Building, a community center organized by the church. It was located directly east of the current church, on a site now part of the Minneapolis Convention Center.
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