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Sunday Service 10:30am

Welcome

 

Just visiting or one of our regulars, we welcome you to our place on the web.

 

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If you want to know what is going on in the Church now and in the near future check out our 'notices' page.

 

If you would like to know a little more about the Church building and its history or find out what facilities we have available then please vist our "About Us" page.

 

You'll also find in "About Us" links to church activity including recorded services and our ministers page.

 

If you would like to get in touch with us regarding a Christening, Wedding or Funeral, or for any other reason please go to the 'contact' page.

 

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If you're looking for fellowship and a place to worship the Lord, our Sunday Service is at 10:30am.

 

Above all else, we pray that you find our little spot here on the web in some way inspiring.

Rev Nico Hilmy-Jones

Mobile -01661 853530

 

News

 

Chapel People Care

The Chapel and Garden Room is open every Thursday from 10 till 11:30am for quiet time, prayer, tea & coffee or just a chat. A meeting place for you!

 

Diary Updated

Our Google diary is now up to date and has details of what we're doing way into 2017. It's the best place to get information about future planning.

 

The Living Room Alternative Service

Something different from the traditional service. May's service is lead by Nico and is on "Healing".

 

Nico Leaving

Well it's been an eventful 5 years spent with our Minister, Rev Nico Hlmy-Jones. She's now moving on and to give thanks for her time here there will be a leaving celebration service held on 8th June.

 

Scientists in the congregation

Coming in May - June are free talks being held up and down the Tyne Valley. We at Heddon have secured a talk to take place at the Knott Hall on 30th June. Professor Bill Clegg will be talking on 'Science & Christian Faith - age-old enemies or natural allies?