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Sunday 9th November 2011, 10.30 am. Service in the Baptist Chapel. Continuing at 11am at War Memorial on Village Green. All are most welcome.
David Clarke writes: “The Rev Trevor Rowe will be our pastor from April, taking over from Rev Ray Richardson who resigned last December.
David Clarke has asked me to let you know of an event in support of Syrian refugees this Thursday, 27th March, at the Baptist Church.
An invitation to share in a Hamsterley Village Christmas 2013. Sunday 5 January 2014 9.30am: First Light. 10am: Coffee. 10.30am Holy Communion at Methodist Chapel.
Sunday 9th December to Sunday 6th January 2013 An invitation to share in a Hamsterley Village Christmas 2012.
You are invited to Celebrate 360 years of Christian witness in the Mid-Durham area. Saturday 12th May 2012 and Sunday 13th May 2012.
In the Churches Together Centre at Hamsterley Methodist Chapel on Sunday 4th March at 7pm. A selection of music for singing from the Methodist, Baptist and Anglican churches. Come and try out some recent styles of music alongside some of … Continue reading
Hamsterley Churches Together Christmas and New Year Events Events on 11th, 18th, 19th, 24th & 25th December and 1st January. Find out more on the Churches Together page.