Hall Lane Methodist Church
Whitwick, Coalville, Leicestershire, LE67 5PF


We look forward to welcoming you to Hall Lane Methodist Church during 2019

We meet together for worship every Sunday morning at 10.30am


Our theme for 2019 is "Love Changes Everything"

Three things will last forever - faith, hope and love - and the greatest of these is love

1 Corinthians 13:13

Ladies Fellowship

This group meets on alternate Wednesdays and is open to all ladies of all ages and new members are always welcome.  

The sessions begin with a time of devotions together with a hymn and a prayer.  There is often a guest speaker invited to share with the group – we’ve heard about National Trust properties, various local and national charities, backpacking across Europe and sometimes we have a demonstration and perhaps have a go at something crafty.  We go out for afternoon tea, fish and chip suppers and outings and we regularly hold social evenings with games or a quiz and we always have a cup of tea and cake and biscuits!  

We have a list of fund raising events through the year in aid of local charities and give small cheques to worthy causes.


A small charge of £2 each meeting is made to cover the cost of refreshments and the speakers.

See below the latest programme of forthcoming events.


Our charity this year is EMICS…. 

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EMICS is a network of volunteer doctors with specialist training in pre-hospital emergency medicine who assist East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) at the scene of life threatening emergencies. 

EMICS is a registered charity which receives no government or NHS funding. Our doctors and staff are all volunteers, and our help is free of charge to the NHS. All donations to the charity are used to purchase the medical equipment carried by each doctor, without which they would be unable to treat casualties. 


East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme covers the whole of the East Midlands.
Our volunteer doctors turn out at all hours, in all weather, 365 days a year, and respond to an average of 4 life-threatening emergencies a day.
Our intervention saves lives, and that’s why we do what we do.

Our volunteer doctors are drawn from a variety of backgrounds including Emergency Medicine, General Practice, Anaesthetics and Intensive Care. They all bring advanced specialist skills to the roadside to assist our colleagues from the ambulance service.

All our doctors will have completed several years of post-graduate training in their hospital or GP work, before undertaking additional voluntary pre-hospital training to enable them to respond for EMICS. Many also work for the regional air-ambulance services as doctors, or serve as medical advisers to the ambulance service.