Coronavirus info 

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In line with the current guidance all physical gatherings of Stanmore Chapel are cancelled until further notice.

We want to help people stay physically well alongside seeking to support people's emotional and spiritual wellbeing during these unusual and unsettling times. We have arranged a 'ring-around' system to stay in touch with one another. If at any stage you need any help or support please don't hesitate to contact us.

We will be regularly updating this page with new content, including putting up links to our online Sunday services each week. Whilst we are unable to meet in person we want to continue to sing the same things, pray the same prayers and hear the same word.

We are also continuing our regular Bible studies, meeting virtually at 8pm on Wednesday evenings. Please see below for the link to join.

Sunday Services

Sunday 31 May - Mission Sunday

(Click here for details for any previous Sunday services)

Midweek Bible Study

Wednesday 3 June

Other resources

Lockdown listening - a selection of hymns old and new to feed the soul and cheer the heart
Need kids activity ideas? Try Lego Builders Club online - includes our very own Friday Club material!
Hope beyond coronavirus
A guide for the 'self-isolated disciple'
How do we think Biblically about events like this? Here is a helpful article from Desiring God on the issue.
A sermon reflecting on COVID-19 in light of Psalm 23, from St Helen's Bishopsgate
Maybe you could use time at home to read Luke's gospel which we've been working through. If you wanted something stretching to read alongside why not try J.C.Ryle? (Ryle on Luke vol.1 | Ryle on Luke vol.2)
How do we make sense of suffering in the world? Our Pastor preached a sermon series on this recently, based on John 11. This was recorded at Spicer Street Church in St Albans. You can listen to the sermons by clicking the links below;

Part 1: Life & Death: Heartless Jesus?
Part 2: Life & Death: Powerless Jesus?
Part 3: Life & Death: Meaningless Jesus?