Cromhall Chapel is a friendly fellowship, offering sound biblical teaching and where we seek to demonstrate the effect of Christ in our everyday lives, both individually and as a church.
Old Photographs Needed!
2013 is a big year for Cromhall Chapel, as we are celebrating our 200 year anniversary.
In 1813 a group of itinerant preachers began holding open-air meetings at a “humble cottage” at Townwell.
Many changes have taken place over the 200 years, including the building of the original chapel in 1819, building of the front porch in 1924, installing a pipe organ in 1934 and the changeover from oil lamps and solid fuel stove to electric power in 1949, to name just a few.
As part of the Anniversary Celebration we are looking to put together an exhibition of photographs of the chapel and its ministry over the years. The exhibition will form a display at the village flower show in September.
This is where we are seeking the help of the community of Cromhall. Can you please search your archives of photographs of any that depict anything to do with the Chapel; maybe you attended the Sunday School in the past, or your grandparents were married there, or whatever.
If you are willing to allow us to copy the images to form part of the exhibition it would be greatly appreciated.
Further information, or to arrange the loan of photographs to be copied, please contact Pastor Kevin Wilkinson.
How to contact Cromhall Chapel
For more information about Cromhall Chapel, please contact Pastor Kevin Wilkinson on or telephone 07595 546601 or 01454 322179.
10.30am: Morning Worship and Children's Sunday Club
6.30pm: Evening Worship
Other Regular Meetings
Each 3rd Tuesday of the month: luncheon club, open to all. 12pm - 2pm
Each Wednesday evening: house groups, meetings at chapel or area Bible study.
About Cromhall Chapel
Cromhall Chapel is situated on the B4058 road between Iron Acton and Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, in the rural village of Cromhall.
The chapel was opened in 1819 and came into existence as a result of the preaching of God’s word by Reverend Rowland Hill.
Today we thank God for a thriving and enthusiastic group of Christians who’s aim is to welcome all into our fellowship.
We seek to hold a range of activities that will embrace all age groups, always endeavouring to place Christ at the centre of these events.
Cromhall Chapel is involved with the Eurovangelism project.
There is now a prayer box on the outside wall of the Chapel. If anyone has a concern they would like our small prayer group to pray for, please do drop us a line.
A warm welcome awaits you at all our meetings and for more details of our current activities please see the Calendar.
10.30am, Cromhall Chapel
Speaker, Pastor Kevin Wilkinson
6.30pm, Cromhall Chapel
Speaker, Pastor Kevin