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Christmas at the chapel

The Fishermen’s Chapel is launched

In 2014 the church was relaunched as The Fishermen’s Chapel, a music, arts and community-based initiative connecting with the arts scene in the Leigh area.
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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 continues to meet for worship twice a month. Read more

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Hire our space, or even a desk

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 . Read more

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Choirs at the Chapel

The Chapel hosted a huge range of musical acts over the weekend of the Leigh Folk Festival, 24-26 June. We’ve got some pictures of the two male voice choirs who sang on Sunday morning. Thanks to Mike Garnell (see his website here) for the use of the photos. The two choirs were from Chapel-en-le-frith in Derbyshire, and the local choir from Leigh-on-Sea. […]

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Leigh Folk Festival 2016 at the Chapel

Leigh Folk Festival events at the Fishermen's Chapel on Friday 24th June and [...]

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The Daisy Bowlers monthly gigs

The Daisy Bowlers are playing monthly gigs at the Chapel on the first Friday [...]

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Coffee Mornings

Our Wednesday morning is now encouraging artists and independent business owners to meet [...]

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Anchored

Anchored: 30 minutes of contemplation and provocation for life through stillness / story [...]

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Lantern making

Saturday 12 December - we made lanterns at the Chapel before the carol [...]