Broad Street Methodist Church is situated in the market town of Spalding in Lincolnshire. Being in the heart of the town, our Church is very much part of the community and is used by a variety of external groups who hire the premises. We are now in the process of embarking upon a new exciting phase that will ensure we continue to play a vital part in Spalding's daily life through a refurbishment and redevelopment project called Vision21.
Broad Street Methodist Church, Broad Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1TB
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The first Methodist Chapel built on this site, formerly the site of a gaol, in the 1820s gave way to the present building opened in March 1887. This was followed shortly by the addition of the large hall and other premises adjoining. It is a fine example of a Victorian Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, is now Grade II listed, and is well worth a visit.
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It was messy church and the children enjoyed a morning of crafts, stories and games. A Messy Wonderland!
Our Church beautifully decorated by our talented flower ladies for a lovely winter wedding in January.
The Ukulele Orchestra's invitation was to 'Come and Sing with us' - and we did! They entertained and we joined ...view story
|08/12/2018||Christmas Tree Festival|
The heart of Christmas is Jesus, Son of God, born to Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem, laid in a manger, birth fore...view story
|All welcome to our Spring Fayre. Refreshments, home made scones and cakes. Snack lunches including bacon butties. Craf...view story|
|Arts and crafts, stories and much more. Children please bring an adult. Lunch provided. Sessions are free but donation...view story|
|All welcome to this ecumenical time of prayer. Come for a short while or the full hour. No formal prayers and no expec...view story|
|06/04/2019||Coffee and 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|
|16/04/2019||Stations of the Cross|
A chance to pause and reflect on the days leading up to Easter Day.