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Kelloe Church



The Church is situated in the middle of the village set down from the road.

There were originally two Methodist chapels in Kelloe which was a mining village.
The former Primitive Methodist closed in 1940, the members joining the former Wesleyan Methodists. This building was condemned in 1949 and in 1952 the present building was opened.

We make everyone welcome to our services and to any events that take place in our building.

For further information about the church or baptisms/ weddings/funerals: Please contact Rev. Christopher Wood-Archer on 0191 377 0230


Services of worship are on Sunday mornings at 10.30 a.m. each week.

A Coffee Morning is held on every first Thursday of the month from 10 – 12 a.m. when tea/coffee, scones and biscuits are offered to the community for £1. Homemade cards, knitted garments and books are also on offer. There is much fellowship for the community at this time.

A Christmas Coffee Morning will be held when scones, jam and cream will be offered. There will also be cake, preserves, knitting and white elephant stalls