Celebrations at Hatfield Heath

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On Sunday 1 May 2022, the Rev Janet Nicholls, the Rural and Agricultural Chaplain to the Diocese of Chelmsford, led a very special service of Thanksgiving and Celebration with Holy Communion to mark the 360th Anniversary of a Non-conformist church in Hatfield Heath (1662 — 2022) and the URC's 50th anniversary (1972 -2022).

This was a 'united service' with members of both Hatfield Heath URC and Holy Trinity Anglican Church filling church for this special occasion.

After the Service, Rev Nicholls planted and dedicated three trees in the Church Yard, to Commemorate;

  • the 360th Anniversary
  • the URC's 50th
  • the Platinum Jubilee

Refreshments were served afterwards, the centre piece being a splendid Cake provided by the Immaculate Family which Geraldine helped Revd Janet to cut (see pic).

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