Chesterfield Hall


Day Event Week Time
Sunday The Remembrance Each week 10:15 am
Sunday Neighbourhood Tea Week 1 in each month 5:15 pm
Sunday Family Service Weeks 2-5 in each month 11:50 am
Weds. Prayer & Bible Talk Nov to March - 10.30am / Apr to Oct - 8.00pm
Thursday Chatterbox Week 3 in each month 2:30 pm

The Church which meets at Chesterfield Hall is one of a group of evangelical, Bible-based churches, established and growing in many parts of the world, all holding the same beliefs and sharing a common purpose and practices.

We believe that God loved the human race which He had created, so much that He sent His Son Jesus Christ to die for us so that if we believe that, then we have our sins forgiven (see John 3:16 above). We try to follow the teachings of the New Testament about baptism and how the early churches were formed and functioned. We would not claim to do this perfectly.

Thought for the Month

Our weather is very changeable at the moment isn’t it? One day it is lovely and warm and we think that summer has arrived, but then the next day it is blowing a gale and freezing cold.

Life is a bit like that too, sometimes everything seems to be going really well and then something happens and life is suddenly not so good and we need a little help. It’s at those times family and friends can rally round and give much needed support but even then we can still feel very much alone.

It’s at this point many people turn to God for help, even though perhaps they never gave God a thought when things were going well. Well Jesus said “Come unto Me, all you who labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest” and that my friend includes you. King David who certainly had many troubles in his life, some of which were of his own making said, “Yes my soul, find rest in God my hope comes from Him” (Psalm 62:5).

Finally, when things are going well remember the words of the Hymn “Count your blessings name them one by one, and it will surprise you what the Lord has done”.

News & Events

Neighbourhood Tea


Come and join us at Chesterfield Hall for tea followed by singing and a short talk.

It's all free.

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