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  • Christ Church, Harlington

    Waltham Ave, Hayes UB3 1TF

    Evangelical, Family Worship, Committed to outreach into the community. Our worship style is relaxed with contemporary music led by a worship group at St Jerome’s and organ or keyboard at Christ Church. All services include teaching and most include Holy Communion. There are children’s groups during the service at St Jerome.

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  • Coldharbour Lane Baptist Church, Hayes

    Coldharbour Lane Baptist Church, 136 Coldharbour Lane Hayes, Middlesex UB3 3HG

    We are a welcoming, growing, multicultural church. We enjoy lively worship and good biblical teaching. We have a thriving youthwork, see our website. Sunday morning at 10.30 is well attended and inclusive of all ages, providing creche, separate children's and youth work, which run at the same time as the adult teaching. All age service once a month. The evening service at 6.30pm is smaller and provides a more varied pattern of worship.

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  • Grange Park Baptist Church

    217 Lansbury Drive, Hayes, Middx. UB4 8RS

    We are a small, family orientated church located in the centre of the Grange Park estate in Hayes, Middlesex. We strongly believe that the church was placed there to serve the local community and this is the focus of our ministry.

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  • Harlington Baptist Church

    Harlington Baptist Church, High Street, Harlington, Middlesex UB3 5DG

    We are a friendly, multi-national church with a real desire to know more about God and how we can serve Him and other people.

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  • Hayes Elim Christian Centre

    Hayes Elim Christian Centre, Keith Road, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 4HP

    We meet on Sundays at 11 am and 6.30 pm and you would be very welcome to join us. There are also various activities during the week. For details of the weekly timetable see our website.

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  • St Anselms Church, Hayes

    Station Road, Hayes, Middx UB3 4BG

    St. Anselm’s Church was built in 1929. There is a small worshipping congregation. It’s liturgy is within the Catholic Anglican tradition of the Church of England. There is a weekly children’s liturgy.

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