Christmas closing dates for the Library this year will be from 5pm on the 23rd of December 2020 to 10 am on Monday 4th of January 2021..
The Annual Lecture 2020 already announced for 6. 30 pm on Monday October 26 2020 at the Evangelical Library on “Fanny Crosby and some of her contemporaries” by Stan Evers (Welwyn) will now be a zoom event, in light of changes in government legislation. The lecture will be accessible only online through Zoom. We will…Details
Users of the Library will be pleased to know that from this week the Library will be open on Saturdays, as in the past. We are very thankful to the volunteers who make this possible.
From this week the Library will be open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm. We are almost back to normal then. Do come if you can or get in touch by telephone. All welcome!
We are glad to say that from Monday June 8 we will be reopening with strict social distancing measures.Until further notice opening times will be Monday to Thursday 10 am to 4 pm.
In line with current state government advice we will be closed until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Further,could members hold on to any books they have on loan and do not post them back to us during this crisis. We can post books to people at present. Just e mail us with…Details
In response to the present situation with Coronavirus the Library will be open for just three days a week – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – until further notice. We advise you to telephone or e mail to check we are open before travelling. We hope that this does not cause too much inconvenience.
In light of the current coronavirus and government guidelines there will be no lunchtime lectures at the Library for the foreseeable future. We will also be announcing reduced opening hours at the Library in a short while.
Spring lectures have been arranged once again.All meetings are at the Library on Mondays from 1 pm and are always over by 2 pm. Jan 21 Norman Hopkins, Good Sir John Oldcastle and the Lollards of Kent Feb 18 Gary Brady, A short spiritual history of Coggeshall in Essex Mar 18 Ian Densham, The Greatness…Details