HILMARTON PARISH GROUPS
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HILMARTON PARISH GROUPS
Hilmarton Chapel is an independent self supporting evangelical chapel (affiliated to FIEC)
The regular services are:-
Sunday Worship at 6.00 p.m.
Wednesday fortnightly Ladies Fellowship 2.00pm alternating with
Coffee Morning 10.00am to 11.30am
Friday Praise & Prayer meeting 7.0pm
The services are conducted by local preachers from Calne, Chippenham, Swindon, etc. who worship at Baptist, Methodist and Evangelical churches.
Visitors will find a warm welcome and friendly fellowship
For further information contact Joan Sparrow Tel: 01249 760227
Practice nights are Mondays from 7.30 to 9pm and the bells are rung for most services.
New ringers are always welcome, as are interested visitors.
Contact Tower Captain – Steve Stott 01249 760361
Practice night are held fortnightly usually on Thursday evenings.
More members always welcome
Contact Sally Fox 01249 891442
Services are held every Sunday in rotation with other Churches in the Benefice.
The times are published in the Parish Newsletter.
Church Hall Hire contact Linda Miller 01249 760381
Enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals or other special services to Lay Pastoral Assistant, Val Procter 760312 or the Church Warden, John Henly 760401
Rev Rachma Abbott 01793 731134
“I like it because it’s for the whole family and I go there for celebrations with school”
Luke Hubbard 8 years
“It’s the place our daughter was christened and we love to come at Christmas and other special days”
Ian and Joane Hubbard
“Hilmarton Church is a fine example of an English country church. For centuries it has been the spiritual heart of the village during the best of times and the worst of times. In this role it has played an important part in the history of our family”
Ron and Molly
"It's the place our daughter was christened and we love to come at Christmas and other special days" Ian and Joane Hubbard