*COVID-19 UPDATE* Church Services, Activities & Events in 2021

Due to the Pandemic Covid-19 we have had to make adjustments to church activities and services. Please see details below.

Church Services

We currently only have one service on Sunday at 11am. All other weekly services remain suspended. This will be reviewed at the end of June 2021 in view of Government restrictions.

Church Activities

All church activities are currently suspended due to Covid-19 regulations. These will be reviewed at the end of June when it is hoped that the activities can start again.

Bible Convention 

We regret that due to the pandemic Covid-19, we are unable to hold the annual bible convention this year on 3rd, 4th and 5th July. God willing we shall meet again next year where the dates will be Saturday, Sunday & Monday – 2nd, 3rd & 4th July 2022


We hope and plan for all services and activities to return to normal later in 2021.

Thank you for your support.

*LISTEN ONLINE* – Recordings of 2019 Bible Convention Services


*** Now available ***


2019 Bible Convention Services


Our annual Bible Convention took place this year over the weekend of 6th, 7th and 8th July

For anyone unable to join us this year and to provide an opportunity for everyone to listen to a particular address again, or to share with friends and family – each speaker’s addresses are now available in digital form.

 Simply follow the link from the home page and select the service you wish you listen to from the published selection or click on the image below





2019 Bible Convention – Speakers, Programme, Timings & Venue



Once again, we warmly invite you and your family to join us over the weekend of 6th-8th July 2019, for our annual Bible Convention. Held in The Memorial Hall, Longframlington, Northumberland.

This will be the 72nd Bible teaching weekend arranged by Longhorsley Mission. 


Rev. George Curry (Newcastle)

George Curry is the minister of Elswick Parish Church, Newcastle upon Tyne. His prayer is for the Lord to come down in refreshing power upon his people.

The Speakers

Rev. Andrew Lucas, Omagh, Northern Ireland

Andrew was born in London and grew up in Buckinghamshire. After working as a civil servant he trained for ministry in Wales. He has been the minister of an Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Omagh for 11 years. He enjoys reading, walking and country sports.

Rev. Robert Murdock (Edinburgh)

Robert was born in Edinburgh, converted as a teenager in the Republic of Ireland, and trained at the Faith Mission Bible College. After working for the mission he studied theology in Belfast. For almost 20 years he pastored churches in Northern Ireland and, most recently, Canada. Since 2013 Dr. Murdock has served as the Principal of the Faith Mission Bible College in Edinburgh.


Saturday 6th July

  • 3:30pm  Preacher: Andrew Lucas
  • 4:45pm  Tea/Coffee & refreshments
  • 6pm  Preacher: Andrew Lucas

Sunday 7th July

  • 10:15am  Prayer meeting
  • 11am  Worship and Communion, Preacher: Robert Murdock
  • 3:30pm  Preacher: Andrew Lucas
  • 6pm  Preacher: Robert Murdock

Monday 8th July

  • 7pm  Preacher: Robert Murdock

Venue details and directions

Longframlington Memorial Hall, Rothbury Road, Longframlington, Northumberland,

After entering Longframlington on the A697, take the road to Rothbury on the south side of the village. This road is opposite The Village Inn and has David Carr’s shop on the corner.  The Memorial Hall is about 300 yards along the road on the south (left hand) side.

We look forward to welcoming you and to enjoying a weekend of fellowship together.

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The history of Longhorsley Mission Bible Convention (1948-2018)


The foundation year…

In 1948 the Yorkshire Evangelist Harold Watson was invited to speak during a weekend at Longhorsley Mission in rural Northumberland. When mission members became aware of the interest being expressed by many people it became obvious that the Mission hall in Longhorsley would not be able to accommodate everyone.  The decision was made to hire a marquee.

As time progressed concern was expressed that the marquee ordered would not be big enough to hold everyone so a second marquee was acquired. The marquees were erected in a field in the centre of the village behind what was then the village blacksmiths.


An established event – seven decades of Bible teaching in rural Northumberland…

This event was repeated with different speakers, on the first weekend in July, over the following six years. The numbers attending increased and the Mission members realised that they should continue and thus Longhorsley Mission Bible Convention was established.

In 1954 a member of the fellowship purchased a field in the centre of the village to be used for the Convention each year. The Convention was held in a marquee on this site until 2006. The preparation for this annual weekend was quite physically demanding for Mission members often under adverse weather conditions, and after prayerful consideration the decision was made in 2007 to relocate the Convention to the Memorial Hall in Longframlington, a village only four miles away.

This has proved to be the right decision as the Memorial Hall has excelllent facilities and we have appreciated the help and support which we have received from the Hall committee during the subsequent years.


70th Anniversary year in 2017…

2017 marked the 70th anniversary of the Convention. We have five members of our fellowship who have attended each Convention and we have a record of every speaker who has preached God’s word over these 70 years. We give thanks to God for the encouragement we have had from Christians throughout the area who have supported the work of Longhorsley Mission over so many years.


Looking to the future…

In 2015 Longhorsley Mission marked 140 years since it began in 1875. As we look to the future we pray that the Lord will guide our fellowship as we seek to maintain the Convention in rural Northumberland.

Friday Clubs

On Fridays from 6pm to 7pm children aged 4-9 years meet together in the church hall. For the first twenty minutes the children have a time of singing and a Bible story with a power point presentation. There is a break of ten minutes for refreshments. The final half hour is devoted to crafts and games.

All children and young people are very welcome to join with us. Get in touch for more information.

Activities at Longhorsley Mission

Over the years many Mums and little ones have enjoyed sharing time together over tea, coffee and home made cakes every Tuesday. As a natural course we have seen this group change as the little ones grow up, but we have been encouraged to see many of the children go on to attend Bible Club and eventually 913 Club.