Tapton Hill Congregational Church
An independent church founded in 1853 - A member of the Congregational Federation  
  
 
 
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We are pleased to confirm we have services in line with Government guidance on Wednesday evenings and every 2nd & 4th Sunday in the 
month. 
(see below, church diary or facebook page)
 
We are also pleased to tell you our Soup and Roll Club was planning to return with two summer Specials but due to a covid contact amongst the leaders the first in July has been cancelled.  Please see the Soup and roll page on the web site for details.
 
Sermons from our services during Covid were recorded and are shown on our church blog.

We are pleased that we are finally allowed to sing in church. We have been joining together in using sign language for our final Blessing. 
If you wish to learn it yourself please see https://youtu.be/ZWEx4TXmvm4 

Bible studies are shown on the church blog
 
 
Who are we?

As a Congregational Church we are independently run by the members through our 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 Jesus Christ. 

(see Church Diary page or Tapton facebook page for details)

Although independent we belong to the Congregational Federation and are part of Churches Together in Hallam who we occasionally join for ecumenical fellowship 

We are pleased to also offer a home to the Greek Orthodox Community Church in Sheffield.

To get a flavour of what we have been doing please read the reports of our Church Secretary and Minister from the Annual General Meeting on the 'About us' web page.

Congratulations Suzanne

At the annual National Assembly of the Congregational Federation on the 8th May we are pleased our own Rev Suzanne Nockels became the National President of the Congregational Federation.

Children and Young People

Tapton has a Safe from Harm policy and is inspected regularly. To find out more about the various activities outside of the covid pandemic please go to our Junior Church page
 

Memorial for victims of conflict


The memorial should have been dedicated on 11th April but this has been 
postponed until the end of the coronavirus crisis.

The bench has been restored and is again available to sit and reflect on beside 
the memorial.

 


 
 

 




 
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