Welcome to the Fishermen’s Chapel
The Fishermen’s Chapel, a music, arts and community-based venue in Old Leigh. A wide variety of activities take place in our community room and Chapel space.
Our church community meets regularly
The Fishermen’s Chapel takes its foundation from the first visit of John Wesley to Leigh in 1748. The congregation meets for worship three times a month, and weekly for coffee.
Hire our space for your event
Why not use the Fishermen’s Chapel to host a meeting, concert, club, retreat, children’s party, or other event? From time to time we also have space in a shared studio available.
The Daisy Bowlers performed at the Salvation Army Hadleigh Temple on 20 May – £1000 was raised for the Fishermen’s Chapel building fund
Elvis Presley Gospel Concert, performed by Michael Glaysher. Sunday 30 April 2017
Why not join our new Fishermen’s Chapel Gospel Choir, singing traditional gospel music at the Chapel?
We’ve got a Gospel Choir, We’ve got Coffee and Cakes, we’ve got photography, concerts, yarnbombing, yoga, art… and more!
We have some new works of art in the walls in our newly-decorated downstairs room, and plan to have new works on display every few months. Come and take a look sometime!
Ellie runs a yoga class at the Chapel on Monday evenings. The class is ideal for beginners
The ‘Electric Tea Set’ returned to the Fishermen’s Chapel on 15th April. Thanks to everyone who came along!
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