Our annual programme includes talks, tours, heritage services, lunchtime ‘soup and study’, special events, including Museums at Night and study days.
Calling all collectors and lovers of old and unusual books!! As many of you know, Alsager Book Emporium which stocks thousands of second-hand books, is a major source of funding for the chapel and museum. Starting this week is an online auction of unusual and rare books, including historical Methodist volumes by notable Methodist preachers, some dating back to the 1700s, a copy of Pilgrim’s Progress from 1809, signed copies of more recent books, old maps, selections of Biggles and Enid Blyton books… the list goes on! You can download the catalogue at the bottom of this page. If you are interested in receiving the catalogue by email, please contact Malcolm Lorimer at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Bids are received either at the Emporium at Hassall Road or via email to Malcolm Lorimer. Bidding closes on 30th November, so take a look and happy bidding! Online Auction Catalogue
Sun28Oct20182:30 pm Englesea Brook Chapel
led by Revd Pat Percival
Wed21Nov201812pm - 2pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Pat Percival. The first in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed28Nov201812pm - 2pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Jill Barber. The second in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed05Dec201812.00pm - 2.00pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Keith Davies. The third in our series: Bread of Life - Bible Studies for Advent.
Wed12Dec201812.00pm - 2.00pm Englesea Brook Cottage
Led by Revd Helen Stubbs. The last in our series: Bread of Life: Bible Studies for Advent.
Sun16Dec20182:30 pm Englesea Brook Chapel
A service of readings and carols, followed by mince pies in the Cottage!
We would love to see you!