Horsehay Methodist Chapel was built in 1858 using blue and yellow brick to serve the Primitive communities in Horsehay Potteries, Woodhouse Lane, Stoney Hill and Coalmoor.
In 1932 the Weslyan and Primitive groups merged to form the Methodist Church in Britain.
1968 saw another change when the Chapel in Spring Village and Horsehay Methodist merged to form one congregation worshipping in Horsehay.
A complete refurbishment was completed in the Summer of 2008 to bring the building back to it's former glory for it's 150th anniversary.
The work was funded by Government, Community, and Private grants and donations, and alot of hard work organising fund- raising events by members of the congregation.
Our most recent project was a complete overhaul of the pipe organ. This was made possible by the hard work of a dedicated team who have been performing various fundraising concerts, and a very generous grant from The Grimmitt Trust.
Regular Worship & Church Group Activities
Regular Sunday Morning Worship is at 11am, with All Age Worship on the fourth Sunday of the month at 11.15am, preceded by coffee & fellowship from 10.45am.
Sunday Squad for children & young people of all ages meets during morning worship (except All Age Worship) for Bible based fun activities and learning.
Ladies' Fellowship meets on the first & third Tuesday of most months @ 2.30pm in the Vestry.
Coffee & Fellowship mornings on Wednesdays 10.30-12 noon
Parent & Toddler group meets on Friday morning 10-11.30am, term-time only.
Friday Night Youth Group 7.00 - 8.30pm, for ages 10-14, term time only.
All our Sunday Squad, Youth Group & Toddler leaders have an enhanced DBS disclosure & have child protection & safeguarding training for working with children, young people & vulnerable adults.
Our Fairtrade stall is run by Liz & Charlie Zukiewicz and is open for business most Sunday mornings in the School room.
Full details and contacts are on our Events and Activities Pages