What's On

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10:30am Family Worship

  • Join us for family friendly worship

  • This week our meeting is at Drapers Pyrgo school in Settle Road.

12:15pm 'Corner Club'

  • For children aged 4-10 years 

  • Owing to refurbishment of the hall, corner club is cancelled this week


  • Monday

    • 9:30 - 11:30am Toddler Song
    • 12:30pm Sycamore Tree
      • A place for retired people to meet and make friends for lunch and an afternoon full of interest
    • 4:30 - 5:30pm Rainbows
      • For Girls aged 5-7 years
    • 6:00 - 7:30pm Brownies
      • For Girls aged 7-10 years
  • Tuesday

    • 10:00 - 12:00am Coffee Morning
      • and book sale
    • 6:00 - 8:00pm 9Up
      • Club for children aged 9-14 years
      • (not second Tuesday in the month)
  • Second Tuesday in the month

    • 7:30 - 9:00pm Gardening Friends
  • Wednesday

    • 10:00 - 11:30am Baby Song
      • Parents / Carers and children up to age 3 years
  • Thursday

    • 5:00pm Youth Alpha Group
      • Exploring faith for those at secondary school
    • 7:30pm Interactive Bible Group


  • We meet regularly for evenings of fellowship and prayerful reflection.
  • Details of our next meeting will appear here

  • 6:00pm


  • Sunday 5th November

    • 5:00pm United Service
      • at the United Reformed Church, Heaton Way
      • meet around the bonfire


  • Sunday 12th November

    • After the morning meeting Corps Lunch


  • Summer Open Gardens at Long House Plants

    • Our friends at Long House Plants in Noak Hill played host to three National Gardens Scheme open garden events.

    • The Long House Plants Poster
    • Corps members Dorothy and Di co-ordinated the selling of cakes and refreshments at these events, the proceeds of which help Harold Hill corps with its vital work.

    • The refreshment cabin at Long House Plants
    • Volunteers from the corps assisted in a variety of ways to help make the events run smoothly - Corps Officer Phil Goldsmith donned a hi-vis jacket and took on car park duties!

    • Phil Goldsmith undertaking his car parking duties with his new friend
    • The beautiful gardens at Long House provided the vistor with a wide variety of garden settings to view and as well as the opprtunity to buy plants to stock up your own garden.
    • The Gardens at Long House
      The Gardens at Long House

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Philip Goldsmith

Territorial Envoy