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Services During COVID-19

Click here to join our online services and prayer meetings.
To join us in the building, book here for our next Sunday morning service.
If you need help, please call 07310 045 655.

Sunday Morning Services

Watch a short video explaining our procedures when not in lockdown.

Welcome to Hayes Town Chapel

We've been serving in the community since 1788

Our Sunday Services

We meet together, both morning and evening each Sunday, for worship, fellowship and Sunday School classes for all ages.

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Watch or Listen to our Services

Our Sunday services are recorded. You can listen to the most recent, or search our archive.

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Our Weekly Activities

You are invited to join in our weekly activities for all ages, inlcuding a toddler group, kids clubs and prayer meetings.

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Our Other Activities

We invite you to join us for our special activities that are hosted at different times throughout the year. These occasions usually include tasty treats of some sort.

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Each year, there are special events that we put on or take part in. Come along and get involved.

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About Hayes Town Chapel

Hayes Town Chapel was formed in 1788 following the ministries of John Wesley and George Whitefield in the area, during the 18th century evangelical revival.

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Chris Whitty has asked us to curtail all unnecessary journeys. However, if you don't know Jesus Christ as your Saviour and Lord, the journey to find him is more critical than going to receive a jab in the arm. God says: "today is the day of salvation". We don't know if we will have a tomorrow.

However, we do have our services online, so, you don't have to make a physical journey to Hayes Town Chapel to start upon ‘the journey of faith’. Attending in person is, though, an option and you can do so by booking in here. If you do attend physically you will find on arriving that virtually all of our congregation are not there. This is because the government has asked us to all treat ourselves as having the virus to protect the NHS. So while it is normally necessary to meet physically to worship God collectively, we have recommended that people join online where they can.