Stamford Street Methodist Hall
Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 6XW


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Manchester & Stockport District

 


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Stamford Street Methodist Church Hall is a meeting place for many people being used on most days of the week by a number of different organisations, such as Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. It is also used for embroidery circle, keep fit classes, Karate, Tai Chi, and even amateur dramatic rehearsals.

It also hosts a very active Saturday Coffee Morning and Tea Dances on Tuesday afternoons.  

Why not come and see for yourself - you will be made very welcome!



Stamford Street Methodist Church was founded before 1794 but closed as a worshipping church in 2006. The Church building, (seen to the right in the photo at the top of this page), was then sold to a developer, but the Church Hall was retained and is administered by a management committee on behalf of the Ashton-under-Lyne Methodist Circuit.

 

Previous Activities 

 

The ‘Party Animals’ Mega Messy Church at Stamford Street attracted 30 children and their carers despite the torrential downpour earlier in the day. 

  

      

    

We had fun with crafts, played some party games, heard the story of Zacchaeus (who ended up partying with Jesus) and shared tea together. 

     

 

ã The Methodist Church, Ashton- under- Lyne Circuit 2015
Registered UK Charity No. 1136791
site updated March 15, 2017