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Seaton Carew Church



The church was built in 1937 in what was then the village of Seaton Carew, now a suburb of Hartlepool.
It replaced a larger Wesleyan chapel on the seafront. It has been modernised sensitively and is a warm, light and pleasant environment with wheelchair access and a hearing loop system.


From the North, follow signs to Town Centre, then take A178. Turn right into Station Lane (signposted to Station). Church is at 4th turning
on left.

From the South/West, take A689. take 3rd exit at roundabout (signposted Seaton Carew). Down Seaton Lane, over roundabout, under bridge, then church is at 2nd turnin on the right.


The people are friendly and flexible. They come together for fellowship, and expect the worship service to lift them and bring them closer to God. Attendance at Sunday worship averages around 20.

For further information about the church or baptisms/weddings/funerals please contact the Rev. Barrie Morris on 01429 890803



Monday - Bible Study at 7 p.m.

Tuesday - 'Drop in' from 10 to 12a.m.