OUR CHURCHES

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The Haven

The Haven is a “big” Church because we are big in heart, big in welcome and in our fellowship and care for the community. We are also big on worship (more traditional than modern) and big on prayer having a regular prayer meeting, an “open for prayer” weekly session and an easily accessible community prayer tree. Our regular outreach includes Monday lunch club, Wednesday coffee morning and Friday knit and natter (in “normal” time!) alongside this we hold afternoon teas, film afternoons, bacon butty mornings and other ad hoc events. We also have an active Wesley Guild running through the summer months an augmented choir and a brilliant Boys Brigade Company on a Friday Evening.

No matter who you are, or where you have come from if you walk through our doors you will know that you are loved and welcomed as into the arms of Jesus.

The Haven also has a wide variety of rooms available for hire for personal and community/corporate events.

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Healing

Healing is one society in two buildings in villages 4 miles apart. Healing worships fortnightly in a traditional manner. Healing enjoys varied worship, has a small but flourishing Sunday school and a youth group that runs in conjunction with another church in the Circuit. Coffee mornings and social events are well attended.  Both churches are reviewing their mission to the local communities.

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Humberston

The Church was built in 1907, it is well maintained.  Our aim To bring people to become followers of Jesus, We have 2 services every Sunday. Open to the community Ladies Fellowship, Ladies Circle, Bible Study, Coffee Morning, Social & Charity Events run by members. Men’s Association, Walk Well, Sewing Club, Gentle Exercise run by community but with members involved. Good relationship with St Peter’s including service and social events.

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Immingham

Immingham is a busy, town church with mainly traditional worship on Sundays. It runs Messy Church once a month and a small Sunday School is being established with a healthy Carers and Toddlers group.  There are other fellowship activities through the week. There are strong ecumenical links with the other churches in Immingham and they are working towards formal Churches Together status.

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Keelby

Keelby is one society in two buildings in villages 4 miles apart. Healing worships fortnightly in a traditional manner. Keelby enjoys modern, varied worship, has a small but flourishing Sunday school and a youth group that runs in conjunction with another church in the Circuit. Coffee mornings and social events are well attended.  Both churches are reviewing their mission to the local communities. 

Keelby Methodist Church has a congregation of all ages, with varied worship, using a mixture of modern and traditional music. We have a wide variety of groups and activities. There is a purpose built cafe at the rear of the building, which is open on Wednesday mornings. We tithe our giving and our cafe takings, through which we support many charities. We believe in the unconditional love of God for all people as revealed to us in Jesus Christ, and that it is the role of the Church to express that love in action in the community. At the current time, our Services and events are taking place via Zoom. See our website for details.

Please see following link https://www.keelbyhealingchurch.co.uk/

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New Waltham

New Waltham is an ageing congregation. Youngest member 71 years old! 20 members. Meets Sunday morning worship. Wednesday women meeting. Tuesday card craft class. New Waltham is a caring prayerful church and give generously to the church circuit and charities.

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North Thoresby
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North Thoresby Methodist Church

A small village with an active church. Regular events include Bible study, midweek worship, coffee morning, men’s group, Wednesday Circle, carpet-bowls.  Events held also reach out to the community e.g. Sunday afternoon concerts, charity quiz-night, Afternoon Tea as part of the circuit Talk Together initiative. 

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Scartho
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Our congregation at Scartho Methodist Church consists of people from a broad age. We enjoy a variety of styles of worship, including regular family services, although the preaching of God’s word is always considered central. We encourage our members to take part in the leading of worship through ways such as the music group, reading, leading prayers and giving testimony.  

We have a strong housegroup system covering all days, times and ages, and other groups and activities which cater for a range of interests and ages. We tithe our giving, through which we support local, national, and international charities. We look for opportunities to engage with our local community and seek to share God's love with them through acts of service and evangelism.

At the current time, our services and many of our other activities are taking place by phone or on-line, see our website for up-to-date information

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Side Door
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Side Door youth and community church is a missonal church focussed on meeting the needs of our community and especially the young people. 

We have informal worship and accept people's needs are met through different forms of expression within that.

We would usually gather for worship and Bible study on a Sunday evening and then also run missional activities throughout the week for all ages. During Covid we Live Stream at 6pm on a Sunday evening over Facebook and Link into Link Live Stream at 11am for the Childrens Ministry. We hope to continue both options when we eventually meet again in the building.

Side doors missional statement is ' to love them until they ask us why' - living and sharing the love of Jesus Christ in practical and pastoral ways. All are welcome.

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South Killingholme

A small elderly congregation with a weekly coffee morning and traditional worship.

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St Andrew's

The Church was built in 1907, it is well maintained.  Our aim To bring people to become followers of Jesus, We have 2 services every Sunday. Open to the community Ladies Fellowship, Ladies Circle, Bible Study, Coffee Morning, Social & Charity Events run by members. Men’s Association, Walk Well, Sewing Club, Gentle Exercise run by community but with members involved. Good relationship with St Peter’s including service and social events.

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St Christopher's

Sunday Worship at 10 am every week and 9am once a month. Worship followed by tea/coffee. 2 house groups meet fortnightly. Term time OFSTED registered pre-school with 32 places, Live at Home club once a week. Junior and Company section of Boys' Brigade weekly.7.30am prayers weekly. Pop-in for tea/coffee and cakes on Tuesday mornings for the community. Service in a local care home once a month, Folk dance group, Girls' club. Monthly coffee morning on a Saturday. Grocery support for 2 local homeless charities.

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Tetney

Tetney: a small village church increasing involvement with the local community.  There is a weekly morning service, a monthly coffee morning and a monthly ladies fellowship.  A ‘Seekers club’ runs weekly during term time.  (After the launch of the Circuit 'Talk Together' Project for isolated + lonely people this chapel) have held a Christmas Dinner for villagers on their own and are planning other similar events throughout the year (when circumstances allow).

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Waltham

Waltham is a small congregation in a local village supported by a Local Church Pastor, who is the lay chair of the Church Council. It has seen growth in numbers and spirituality in the last couple of years and has a strong outreach to the community through coffee mornings, concerts and other social events. Worship is varied but tends to the traditional.