Visiting Us?

We always look forward to welcoming new faces, here’s some information you might find useful if you’re planning to join us for the first time:

Finding us:

You’ll find us just off St. John Street in Bridgnorth where you’ll see our notice board and sign. For SatNav’s here’s the full address and a map too:The People's Hall
The People’s Hall Evangelical Church
St. John Street
WV15 6AG
Sunday Morning services begin at 10:30am and are finished between 11:30am and 12 noon. We recommend that you arrive at least 10 minutes before the service starts so that you have time to settle in.

What to expect:

Visiting a new place can be nerve-wracking. Although things can change from week to week as we may have a visiting missionary or some other special event  we’ve outlined here what you can expect durring a typical Sunday morning service.

  • The meeting opens with any necessary announcements  and then a prayer led by a member of the church.
  • The stewards will usually take an offering for the work of the church at some point. This is primarily for our regular members so don’t feel embarrassed if you’re not prepared, just let the bag pass by.
  • We’ll sing a few hymns and songs before the children and their teachers leave for their Sunday School classes in the back hall. If you have a child under the age of 15 with you on your visit please feel free to let them leave with the others; you could even take them out yourself if you like.
  • The sermon or message will normally last between 25 and 30 minutes. Most weeks the sermon is recorded and you can find some audio recordings of past sermons right here on our website. The message is followed by communion around the Lord’s Table on the first and third Sundays each month and following the fifth Sunday evening service.
  • The meeting will close with prayer between 11:30 and no later than 12:00 at which time the children will return from their classes.


We have a church car park at the back of the church which is accessed from St. John Street. If this is full there is a public car park to the south off Severn Street (see the map) but beware that parking charges apply on Sundays. Large print Bibles are available on request although most texts used in the services will be displayed on the big screen which is also used to display the words of the hymns and songs we sing. We have a hearing aid loop system installed in the main church hall and a portable wheelchair ramp which the stewards will operate should you need it and we’ve recently upgraded our toilet facilities to include a disabled toilet.


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