Tapton Hill Congregational Church
An independent church founded in 1853 - A member of the Congregational Federation  


Forthcoming Lent Groups organised by the Churches in Crosspool 

There will be two Lent study/discussion groups, one in the evening and one in the day. 

The evening group will meet between 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm @ St. Columba on the 

following dates: 

• Thursday 15th Feb • Wednesday 21st Feb • Wednesday 28th Feb • Wednesday 7th March 

• Wednesday 14th March • Wednesday 21st March 

This group will be led jointly by Suzanne Nockels, from Tapton Hill Congregational, 

and Iain Lothian, from St. Columba. 

The study will be based on the recent BBC drama series BROKEN, which looks at life in an inner city community. The series is 'gritty' and rated 15; it may include scenes that some people may find disturbing. 

The day time Lent group is on Thursdays during Lent, starting on the 22nd February at Stephen Hill: 10.30am - noon. This will be led by Will Fletcher, from Stephen Hill, and is based on the film 'The Theory of Everything'. It will include themes of wonder, encounter and hope.

Who we are at Tapton

We meet for worship each Sunday at 2.45pm for services led by the Rev 
Suzanne Nockels, our Minister and lay speakers.

Everyone is welcome to join us as we also meet for other activities including 
regular prayer and bible study during the week. (see Church Diary page for 

As a Congregational Church we are independently run by the members 
through Church Meetings, where Spirit led we can all have a say in how we 
feel is the best way to worship our Lord and Saviour. 
We are part of Churches Together in Hallam joining together for fellowship 
occasionally throughout the year.







Soup and Roll Club meets every first Thursday in the month.
Everyone welcome  -  From 11.30am to 1.30pm
Bible Study alternate Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Table tennis social and natter on the other Wednesdays.
RASCALS Breakfast Club Monday - Friday 7am to 8.30am
RASCALS After School Club - Weekdays in termtime
see diary for more information