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Per Lane, Upper Brockholes, Halifax HX2 8XG.

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Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, we have had to cancel the Mount Zion Cakewalk and path opening event we had planned for Saturday, April 18. We do it with a heavy heart but in the circumstances we have little alternative. The most important thing is that people stay safe - we can always bake more cakes at a later date. We will look to update you on this and other future events once the picture becomes clearer, so keep watching out for new posts. In the meantime, stay safe and look after your loved ones.

One of the unique aspects of this website is the way you can interact with the graves in the graveyard. Just click on

Following a recent program shoot by the makers of Ackerley Bridge, Mount Zion is very keen to be used again as a location by Film Professionals.
We are hoping to hear from people about their memories of Mount Zion Chapel and the Sunday School. Photographs would be terrific. Please email them if possible to Rosalind and Anthony Greenwood
Minister: Rev. Paul Welch

Circuit Heritage Mission Enabler and Main Contact:
John Wilson

See Calderdale Methodists website for more info about John - Circuit Team

Rev Paul Welch
John Wilson Photo
Mount Zion is able to host Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals. Sunday services at 2.45pm on selected Sundays throughout the year.
Take care using the flagged approach path. The flags are very uneven and can be slippery when wet. The graveyard has room for new burials.
The Chapel Heritage Centre can be opened by arrangement. A charge or donations welcome.
We now offer schools heritage visits.
We can cater for small coach parties and are willing to put on afternoon teas. The cottage is available for away days, small conferences and meetings.
Mount Zion is on the Calderdale Way.
Mount Zion has seating accomodation for around 350 persons.
Toilets (not disabled). Wheelchair access to chapel is tricky. 
Car parking on Per Lane. Field available for event parking.
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Page updated: March 19 2020
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