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Hawkshead Chapel

Converted from a fifteenth-century cottage in 1862, a small group of local Christians worshipped at 'Union Chapel'. The benefactor was Mrs Satterthwaite. In 1926 the chapel was passed to the Wesleyan Methodist Conference. It still looks much as it did then and although the American harmonium, over 100 years old, is still playable and visitors are invited to play it, a modern electronic organ is used for services.

Worship services
2nd & 5th Sunday of the month, 11am
Healing & Wholeness Service 1st Sunday, 6pm

 

Flag Street
Hawkshead
LA22 0PE

Opening
Daily (toilets and parking nearby in the village)

Getting there
SATNAV: LA22 0PE / OS: SD351981


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