Diary Dates for 2020
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.
Services & Open Days:
Services usually at 2.45pm
If you would like to become a ‘Friend of Mount Zion’ the cost is £10 a year and besides supporting the Heritage Centre you will receive updates, by email or by post, in the form of a newsletter twice a year.
More information about Mount Zion and the Friends Group can be found from http://www.mountzionhalifax.org.uk
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturdays, the 504 Bus leaves the Halifax Bus Station at 15 mins past the hour, last bus 3.15pm. This can drop you at Per Lane. Returning to Halifax from the end of Per Lane 10 mins to the hour. Check here:
The chapel is situated about 100 yards away, along Per Lane.
On all the above occasions there will be displays of Methodist memorabilia
and refreshments will be available. Childrens Quiz in preparation.
Have a look around the large graveyard, the beautiful Chapel and the Hird
Listen to the award winning Annessens organ being played.
Afterwards, visitors can relax in the Cottage with a cup
of Yorkshire tea, cake and biscuits, courtesy of the Chapel ladies.
See the bottom of the Home Page for more details of what
can be seen.