Webteam: April 2016
Over 1,500 Visitors to our web site!
Since the launch of our web site on the 30th November 2015 we have had over 1,500 visitors who have looked at over 6,000 pages on the site.
To everyone who has visited us we send our greetings! We invite you to look out for future events and to come along if you can. We would love it if you could share some of your time with us at our special occasions or in our worship on a Sunday morning at 10.00 am.
In 2017 Halmer End Methodist Church will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the building of the Chapel. We would dearly like families who have had any connection with our Church over the years to contact us. We would like to keep you in touch with our plans for the celebration. We hope to provide opportunities when we can meet you and share memories of your time here at Halmer End.
Do use the contact details on our web site to let us know where you are and if you have any family ties with us so that we can keep in touch as we prepare for our 150th Church Anniversary. You can also look for us on Facebook: Halmer End Methodists
Greetings from Halmer End Methodist Church.
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