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Brethren’s Meeting Room, Blackwater Lane, Leverstock Green, Hemel Hempstead

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On the rural edge of the town and almost totally hidden way behind formidable security fencing.

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1 Comment

  1. Anne Scanlan says:

    We were stuck in a terrible traffic jam last night and we’re amazed to come across the meeting house in this country lane.The church looked a very busy one with lots of cars parked & smartly dressed men going in.It’so a shame there was high trees & hedges and little information on signage, to say theyou were A Plymouth Brethere Church.
    Have often going back to my teenage days locally see young & older women wearing their headscarves in Hemel & St.Albans.
    Why do they shy away in distant countryside, difficult (heavy traffic)hideaways.They should celebrate their faith more openly.
    What great work they do! Eg; serving refreshments to Fire crews at the Potters Crouch fire.They should not be a mysterious religion! Christianits should be all embracing.

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