Main  Meetings:

  • Sunday Morning: 11am-12noon, followed by a cuppa and biscuits.
  • Sunday Evening: 6:30pm-7:30pm.
  • Thursday Bible Study & Prayer meeting8-9pm.  We usually go through a book of the Bible, a small section each week.  A group Bible study provides the opportunity to ask questions, to have a close look at the Bible and what it says to us today whilst remembering the context in which it was written.  We firmly believe that the Bible is completely trustworthy, true and timeless.    2 Timothy 3:16-17;  Proverbs 30:5Psalm 119:105.
  • Missionary Prayer meeting:  On the first Thursday of each month the  8pm Bible Study becomes a prayer meeting for those groups and individuals supported by the Chapel.
  • Sunday School: Takes place once a month – please see the calendar page for dates when the children’s own Bible-based meetings take place in our upstairs room.  Generally the  morning services are aimed at being all-age.

As well as our Sunday meetings we support various organisations overseas, in the UK and in our neighbourhood.

Our local outreach includes:

  • ‘Fellowship with Friends’: monthly afternoon of board games, jigsaws, etc., or simply enjoying a cuppa and cake with friends.
  • TEACH@LowHam: a monthly meeting for Christian home-educating families using the ACE curriculum.
  • School assemblies, and junior-school R.E. lessons using ‘Walk Through the Bible’.
  • Preaching appointments to support other small churches.
  • We enjoy an occasional fellowship lunch.
  • Harvest supper: in this farming area there is a strong link between the land and thanking God for our food.
  • There is an annual Steam Fair nearby where we are allowed to hold a short morning service, often to the accompaniment of a beautifully restored steam organ.
  • Autumn is a busy time collecting gift-filled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child & Blythswood Care to pass on.

Safeguarding: is important because it allows us to welcome anyone and everyone into the church. If we are to tell people of God’s love for them, we need to make the effort to protect their welfare.  A safeguarding policy helps to keep everyone safe: children, vulnerable adults, and those who interact with them.  Jesus went out of his way to care for the vulnerable, we need to follow His example.

Low Ham Chapel uses Thirtyone:eight to help us provide a robust safeguarding policy, and for DBS checks, training, advice, guidance and support where needed.

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