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

Church Anniversary - 2.45pm Sunday 10th December 
We are pleased to have Rev. Dr Janet Wootton leading our worship


For the kids
 
Lego Nativity Church - 10am x 11am 23 December
Join together to make crafts whilst celebrating the birth of Christ.


Arts @ The Corner Chapel

Local Carol Concert with Loxley Silver Band - 7.30pm Friday 8th December

Fabulous evening of local carols. Book early as previously sold out  Tickets £5  from Darryl 07971 408809


Previous events:

Wellbeing at the Corner Chapel

Christian Aid May Day Trek  Monday 1st May 

Several members joined walkers from other churches participating in the sponsored Christian Aid May Day trek, previously these walks have raised over £10,000 for Christian Aid work.  
 
India Evening - 7.30pm Wednesday 10 May

Sister Lucy May talking about her work at MAHER (House of Mothers) a safe house for women and 
their children. The evening included a choice of Indian food and crafts and raised £300 for the work of MAHER.
 
Lego Bridge Building - 10.30 x noon Saturday 20 May 

Helped by a 'Lego Master Builder' from 'Bricks n Bits' in Hillsborough more than 20 children and adults built lego structures.

Brick Church - 10.30am Sunday 21 May
Those who attended watched  clips from the Lego movie before building the homes of our dreams out of Lego. An hour families could enjoy together.

The BFG film - 10am x 12.30pm  Saturday 1st July 
A morning for 5-11 year olds creating dream jars and BFG ears   £3 per child

A One Woman Play - 7.30pm Saturday 8 July

In 'Chosen' we meet Mary on Easter Saturday as she looks at her life with Jesus. This is a funny and moving show written and performed by Susannah Hallcroft.

The Great Picnic - 10.30 x 12.30pm Thursday 17th August
We played games, cooked items for a picnic and heard about the greatest picnic ever in the bible. Both parents & carers then enjoyed the picnic.

The annual camp 
Held for over 20 years at Greensprings Camp site in Birdwell again took place in August 2017.




Constance Coltman evening - 7.30pm Wednesday 20th September
 
A congregational Minister, the first ordained minister in a mainstream British denomination. A committed pacifist and suffragist and early supporter of birth control. Constance did much to promote women's ordination across the churches at home and abroad.
 
Reformation Celebration - Sunday 29 October 2017

On Sunday 29th October 2017, we hosted a Reformation afternoon and were
pleased to welcome the President of the Congregational Federation, Rev. 
Martin Spain along with members & friends from Churches Together in Hallam. 
The afternoon commenced with a potted background of Martin Luther led by Rev
Suzanne Nockels followed by a choice from four workshops:
Bible study by Rev Spain, singing Lutheran hymns, Messy Reformation Crafts, 
Discussion on 95 modern mission theses.
Finishing with worship and finally German based food. 

 

10th November @ 7.30pm A talk on the impact World War l on Crosspool and 
Crookes

18th November @2pm Coffee afternoon and chat

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