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150th Anniversary Chip 'n' Hymn — Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Here at Halmer End we have occasional Chip 'n' Hymn evenings when we have an informal time of worship and praise which includes hymns chosen by members of the congregation followed by a time of fellowship as we share chip butties and drinks.

This year of 2017 we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the building of our Chapel and so the hymns for this Anniversary Chip 'n' Hymn have been selected from the last 150 years of Methodist worship with hymns chosen from each of the 25 year periods from 1867 to 2017.

We would be thrilled if you would like to join with us for this part of our Anniversary celebrations. Come along for a 6.15 pm start. Come early to get a seat as we are expecting a big turnout for this evening.

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