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Welcome to

Gospel Hall

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Thanks for visiting our page!

Kirkby Gospel Hall is the home to a company of Christians who gather together to remember the Lord Jesus, study the Bible and tell others about God, the Bible and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. 

We try and base everything we do on the authority of the Bible, believing that the essence of the Christian faith is quite simply explained therein. 

We have been meeting together from the local area since 1928 in the current building on Portland Street, Kirkby-in-Ashfield. 

Monthly musings - a message for you!


It was whilst on a visit to Harby in Leicestershire that we saw people skydiving at Langar airfield. It must take considerable nerve to jump out of the plane and plummet to earth at speed, before pulling the cord to release a parachute and glide down to a landing site. Not only does it take nerve, but it also takes skill. You have to decide when to pull the cord and then you have to use the canopy to select the spot where you wish to land, avoiding potential dangers on the ground. For some, the adrenalin rush is the thing!


How important, though, to make the right decisions as you plummet down at high speed. Get it wrong and you could be hurt. Get it very wrong and you could be killed. It is not a sport for the faint-hearted!

To hear an audio message click here . . . 

Upcoming Events

At KGH we have a number of meetings each week as well as certain special meetings monthly, quarterly or annually. 

A full detail of all of the meetings and selective outreach activity can be found through the below link. 


1800 - Gospel Meeting (How do we become and what does it means to be a true Christian?)

[Open on the first two and last Sundays in the month] - second and last at 1600.

Every Tuesday

19:45 - Prayer and Bible Study

First Saturday in the Month

19:15 - Bible Teaching Ministry (October , November, December, and March)

"And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not love, I am nothing" - 1 Corinthians 13:2 (The Bible)

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