Whether young or old this church has something for you. Whether it is gathering together for worship on a Sunday, meeting to discuss the bible and ask questions during the week, meet others for friendship.
This page gives a flavour of what we do and who we are. If you want to know more or to get involved then the best way is to come and join us and get to know us.
- Study Groups
Small groups meet for regular Bible Study and fellowship. They are a place where friendships can be formed, stories told, joys and burdens shared, questions discussed and prayers offered. We have several groups which meet throughout the week – if you would like to join one you would be most welcome. Please email the church office for current information.
As a church we meet regularly for Prayer.
From January 2022: Wednesdays from 9.30am-10.30am people gather to share together and pray.
Special Prayer Meetings: At other times the church will come together for prayer, please see the notcie sheet for details.
- Craft Circle
A group of women interested in crafts meet on a Monday afternoon from 2pm. Some ladies bring their own craft project, be it knitting, tapestry, sewing etc, whilst others knit strips which are later sewn into blankets for the homeless.
Others make little vests and hats for babies and send them via the Salvation Army who in turn send them wherever there is a need. Recently we made several hundred Christmas Angels that were left round Louth at Christmas. All are welcome to join us for a chat and a cup of tea on a Monday.
- Coffee Morning
Every Wednesday Morning from 10.00am until Noon the church is open for a quality filter coffee, or cup of tea, and a chat. Disclaimer: In the interests of Trades Descriptions, the associated picture does not show actual church coffee. As yet we don’t have a milk frother, and none of us can do coffee art. Picture also doesn’t show biscuits, which are provided.
- Children & Young People
During a Sunday morning service we have age-specific groups for those under 14, that include Bible stories, craft and lots of fun. All our volunteers are DBS checked and we operate a safe to grow policy.
On the first and third Sunday of each month between 6.30 and 8.30pm we hold a Youth Group, in which the young people of the church – or indeed any visitor – can get together and enjoy activities such as table tennis, pool, eating doughnuts or swigging hot chocolate. Oh, and of course there’s Bible teaching and discussions about our faith. Questions welcome.
- Events/special services etc
We occasionally hold special services or events such as an annual CAP (Christians Against Poverty) service, plus games, quiz nights or exhibitions/fund-raisers in support of Tear Fund. For details and pictures please visit our Facebook page (no Facebook account is required to view the page).