These meet for sessions of study over a set period, usually about five weeks. This enables consistent commitment and regular attendance for the time chosen. See Events for details of the next Housegroup.
These ecumenical meetings are held on the 1st or 2nd day of the month from 6 until 7 p.m. at either Broad Street or St. Thomas's Road Church - see Events for details. For confidential needs there is also an active Prayer Chain. Contact Pat 01775 714723
10 a.m. to Noon Our weekly coffee mornings are very popular. Fairtrade goods, home made preserves and paperback books are on sale.
The Church is open during this period.
10 to 11 a.m. Weekly An ecumenical Bible Study Group meets during term time to which everyone is welcome.
10.45 to 11 a.m. Shoppers' Service in the Church or Fellowship Room.
In the afternoon SPACE4U provides a counselling service - by appointment. Contact 07982 467720 if you need help or see their website
On the 2nd Wednesday each month a three course hot meal is served to members of the club, which is open to anyone who is retired. Contact Barbara 01775 769438.
2.30 p.m. On the 4th Wednesday each month a mixed group meets for dominoes, cards, Scrabble, conversation and, of course, tea, biscuits and cakes. We also have occasional lunch outings instead of the afternoon meeting. Contact Dee 01775 762284
7.30 p.m. On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month for ladies of any age, to enjoy fellowship, speakers and outings - men are sometimes invited too! Contact Pat 01775 714723
1.45 to 2.45 p.m. Exercise session followed by a welcome cuppa! NHS Approved & Subsidised. From £2.50 per class. Tel: 01529 411194
7.30 to 9 p.m. A club for people with learning disabilities meets weekly for music, games, crafts and socialising with friends. Contact Maurice 01775 640334
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1st Saturday of each month. Coffee Morning and Snack Lunches with soup and bacon butties on the menu.
Church open for those who would like a time of peace and quiet.
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|18/06/2017||Dino visits Sunday Worship|
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|Voices Unplugged and the Ukulele Orchestra of Spalding entertained a large audience with a rich mix of music from pop, j...view story|
|All welcome to this ecumenical time of prayer. Come for a short while or the full hour. No formal prayers an...view story|
Spalding & District Civic Society and Spalding Photographic Society have joined forces to mark 50 years...view story
|02/09/2017||Coffee & Snack Lunches|
|Coffee Morning with home made scones and cakes. Snack lunches available with soup and bacon butties on the menu. The C...view story|
|09/09/2017||Sorrows & Smiles of Sri Lanka|
|Journey with Keith and Chris to the tsunami stricken land of SriLanka and experience the heartache of the people, hear t...view story|
|09/09/2017||Heritage Open Day|
Our newly renovated Grade II listed Church will be open as part of the Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days event, ce...view story