CHURCHES in the area continue to provide opportunities for congregations to share services together, ONLINE, on a Sunday morning. Photo – Paull Church.
Don’t miss out – Your Sunday morning Church Services ONLINE – 17 May 2020
SUNDAY SERVICES ONLINE – 10 MAY 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
SUNDAY SERVICES – 2 MAY 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
SUNDAY SERVICES – 26 APRIL 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
Sunday Services – Churches reach out with spiritual support (19 APRIL 2020).
SERVICES are taking place online as faith communities reach out to build a new kind of togetherness in the face of the coronavirus and the necessity to #stayhome. Keep revisiting and refresh this page during today for the latest.
HEDON HANDBELL RINGERS. OPEN EVENING at Hedon Methodist Hall. On WEDNESDAY MARCH 25th at 7.15pm to 8.15pm. See a typical rehearsal evening and have-a-go yourself. Always looking for new members!
Hedon Methodist Church hosts its first Film Night of 2020 “A Street Cat Named Bob” on Thursday 23 January. Doors open at 6.30pm to buy refreshments and popcorn, and the film starts at 7.15pm. No entrance fee but donations welcome.
The Hedon Methodist Church on Church Lane/New Road corner promises a warm welcome to all those who want to get involved in its Christmas programme of activities…
Hedon Mixed Voice Choir – Christmas Evenings of Song. Two dates for the choir’s popular Christmas Concert on Sunday 8 and Thursday 12 December 2018. £4 per ticket (preferably buy in advance).
A community Film Night takes place on Thursday 24 October 2019 at the Hedon Methodist Church. The church is screening “Darkest Hour” with a sensational multi-award-winning performance from Gary Oldman. Doors open 6:30pm, film starts at 7:15pm. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate and popcorn available before the film.