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 Aquabox…. 

Whenever a disaster strikes, whether it is natural or man-made, there is always an urgent need to provide safe drinking water to those affected. Water supplies are typically severely affected in the aftermath of a disaster. Water pipes may be destroyed or the water supply will be contaminated with water from sewage and drains.

In these circumstances people have no choice but to collect water from available local sources, such as streams, rivers and wells. Such water is often contaminated and unsafe to drink. Water-borne diseases such as cholera will spread rapidly and will affect particularly the more vulnerable young and older members of a community. 

Research in the field has identified two requirements: a water supply for schools, medical clinics, and other community centres; and a water supply for family groups of about five individuals. 

So how does Aquabox meet the challenge of providing safe drinking water in times of crisis? 

The innovative AquaFilter technology produces safe and clean drinking water instantly and reliably without the need for chemicals. The AquaFilter Family and Community Units are based on sub-micron filters which are impenetrable to bacteria and most viruses. 


Please support our fundraising events this coming year to help supply people in need with clean water.


Thank you