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Hello and welcome to Horton Heath Methodist Chapel

Nestled in the beautiful countryside of East Dorset, this small country chapel is situated on top of clump hill at the end of Burts Lane.

“Come, let us go up to Zion, to the LORD our God.” Jeremiah 31:6

Inscribed in stone above the door are the apt words ‘Zion Wesleyan Chapel’; drawing scriptural reference to the hill of Jerusalem on which the city of David was built, a land of promise or return from exile. A warm welcome awaits you.

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With thankful hearts

We’d love you to join us for our Harvest Festival on Sunday 6th October 3pm for an afternoon service of thanksgiving followed by refreshments in the hall. The celebrations wrap up with the Harvest Sale on Mon 7th October 7pm following a short service. It’s a wonderful time of year, celebrating all that we’ve been given, hard endeavours reaped, nourishment and sustainment both physically and spiritually.

World mental health day is on the 10th October which is a great opportunity to reflect on our own mental health and those around us. If you’re finding things hard going at the moment, finding fears and worries are having an impact on your life or have any concerns that things aren’t right for you please talk to someone about it. Your GP can be a great first point of contact and charities such as Mind can also be a valuable source of help. We should also look out for mental health issues in those around us – any changes in patterns of behaviour, loss of interest in activities that they previously enjoyed or an unwillingness to engage with others, especially following a life-changing event (positive or negative) can be a clue that someone we know is struggling and sometimes all it takes is a friendly “Hi, how are you feeling today?” to start a conversation that will make all the difference in someone’s life. 

1 in 4 of us will experience some form of mental health issue this year but help and support is available and does make a difference. Mind can be contacted on 0300 123 3393 weekdays from 9am-6pm.

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