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Services in November.

Sun. Nov 7th  

10.30am Margaret Dexter-Brown

11:30am Refreshments

Sun. Oct 14th

Remembrance Service

 

10.30am Caron Small

11:30am Refreshments

Sun. Oct 21st

 

10.30am Linda Rayner

11:30am Refreshments

Sun. Oct 28th

Communion Service

 

10.30am Revd Jonnie Hill

11.30 am Sandwich Lunch and Church Meeting

Sun. Dec 5th

 

10.30am Margaret Dexter-Brown

11:30am Refreshments

     
If you want to contact us regarding Weddings, Blessings, Baptisms (sometimes called Christenings) or any matter relating to worship at our church, then please e-mail Alison Haigh, our Local Leader, who will be happy to help you.

Our Regular Events have been curtailed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Day Event Time Date(s)
Sundays: Traditional Worship,
Refreshments
10.30 am
11.30 am
Weekly
Weekly
Mondays: Bible Study tbc tbc
Tuesdays: Bible Study tbc tbc
Columba Club 2.30 pm 9th & 23rd
Wednesdays: Activities Night 7.30 pm tbc 
Thursdays: Elders’ Meeting 4.30pm tbc
Fridays: Luncheon Club 12.30 pm tbc
Saturdays Coffee, Cakes and Table Top Sale 10.30 am – 12 noon 6th                 
7 Comments
  1. Mike Gorman. permalink

    Recently I stopped and read some of the inscriptions on gravestones some of which dated back to the 19th century. I can remember the original chapel but I know nothing about it. This must have been a very remote area one hundred and fifty years ago.
    Do you have any information?

    • Hello Mike,

      Sorry for not replying before but we haven’t been checking the website very often during the COVID lockdown.

      Long Lane Chapel was established in 1867 and served as both a day school and a Sunday school for the local community.
      The Tithe Map of Heald Green shows the main road (Long Lane/Wilmslow Road) as well as Finney Lane and Outwood Road,
      but Turves Road was not built until much later (1950s or 60s I think).

      The Williams family, who were closely associated with the church, produced a a book ‘Long Lane Cheadle Remembered’
      which outlines the history of the area. This is not widely available but may possibly held in the local library.
      We have a copy if you are interested.

      Perhaps you would like to visit us at one of our monthly Saturday coffee mornings when we able to resume them.
      Maybe we can lend yo a copy of the book if you would like to read more about the area.

      Thank you for your interest.

      Allan Haigh (Church Treasurer)
      allanghaigh@gmail.com

      • Mike Gorman permalink

        I have been unable to find a copy of the book so I look forward to attending one of your coffee mornings.
        Many thanks for the offer. Please let me know the time and date of your next event.

      • Hi Mike,

        Just to let you know that we will be holding coffee mornings on 6th November and 4th December from 1030 until 1200.
        We will be please to welcome you then and lend you a copy of the Long Lane book.

        Regards

        Allan Haigh

      • Mike Gorman permalink

        Many thanks. I will do my best to be there on 6 November.

        On Mon, 1 Nov 2021, 15:00 Heald Green United Reformed Church, wrote:

        > urchealdgreen commented: “Hi Mike, Just to let you know that we will be > holding coffee mornings on 6th November and 4th December from 1030 until > 1200. We will be please to welcome you then and lend you a copy of the Long > Lane book. Regards Allan Haigh” >

      • Mike Gorman permalink

        I remember the old chapel but I cannot recall the denomination prior to the United Reformed Church. Congregationalist? Can you jog my memory?

        Many thanks

        Mike Gorman.

        On Wed, 6 Jan 2021, 15:55 Heald Green United Reformed Church, wrote:

        > urchealdgreen commented: “Hello Mike, Sorry for not replying before but we > haven’t been checking the website very often during the COVID lockdown. > Long Lane Chapel was established in 1867 and served as both a day school > and a Sunday school for the local community. The Tithe Map ” >

      • Hello Mike,

        The chapel was originally a Congregational Chapel which then became Long Lane United Reformed Church
        when the new denomination was formed in 1972, merging the Presbyterian and Congregational Churches.
        Long Lane URC and St Columba URC (originally a Presbyterian church and now the CMA Mosque) joined
        together in the 1990s and built the new church building after the St Columba site was vacated.

        We don’t yet know when our coffee mornings will resume but we will advertise with a banner outside
        the church during the week before. We normally hold the coffee mornings on the first Saturday of the
        month so if the COVID restrictions are lifted as expected it is likely to be July before we are able
        to restart.

        We look forward to being able to welcome you.

        Regards

        Allan Haigh

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